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"We utilize specific indicators to identify market reversals."
Simple Moving Average (SMAs): the simple moving average (SMA) is one of the commonly used indicators for spotting potential market reversals. The SMA calculates the average price of an asset over a specific period of time, typically by summing the prices and dividing by the number of periods.
  • SMA20 (Aqua Color): refers to the Simple Moving Average with a period of 20. It calculates the average price of an asset over the past 20 periods. The SMA20 is a commonly used technical indicator that helps traders identify trends and potential support or resistance levels.
  • SMA50 (Green Color): refers to the Simple Moving Average with a period of 50. It calculates the average price of an asset over the past 50 periods. The SMA50 is a commonly used technical indicator that helps traders identify trends and potential support or resistance levels.
  • SMA200 (Red Color): refers to the Simple Moving Average with a period of 200. It calculates the average price of an asset over the past 200 periods. The SMA200 is a commonly used technical indicator that helps traders identify trends and potential support or resistance levels.
  • EMA200 (Yellow Color)
Using a combination of the SMA20, SMA50, SMA200, EMA200 is a common approach in technical analysis for assessing trends and potential support/resistance levels in the market.
FrogAlgo Oscillator: is a type of technical indicator used in financial markets analysis to measure the momentum or strength of price movements. Unlike trend-following indicators, oscillators oscillate within a specific range or around a centerline, indicating overbought or oversold conditions.
+ Golden Line: moving based on candles
+ White Line: moving based on moving average
+ BuyZone (GreenZone): An oversold oscillator refers to a situation where an oscillator indicator reaches or falls below a threshold level that suggests the market or an asset is oversold. It indicates that selling pressure has potentially pushed prices to unsustainable levels and may signal a potential reversal or corrective move in the market.
+ SellZone (RedZone): An overbought oscillator refers to a situation where an oscillator indicator reaches or exceeds a threshold level that suggests the market or an asset is overbought. It indicates that buying pressure has potentially pushed prices to unsustainable levels and may signal a potential reversal or corrective move in the market.