For this reason, I have decided to start what I would like to call my “indicator series” posts which will focus on explaining the mathematical background and initial intent of the most common types of indicators as well as some particular examples of individual indicators. What I want to achieve with this is to give people a better knowledge of what indicators really mean and what useful information can be obtained with them.
Antoher interesting thing is that when you look at indicators in a mathematical way, it becomes more logical to mix certain indicators with others and to generate trading systems that are reliable, sound and very likely to work. I will try to go into the roots of the origin of the individual indicators and tell you what they were initially developed for, what combinations of indicators actually make sense and what information we can get and how we can use this information to develop good trading systems.
I will try to write as many as 20 posts on this matter, although this number is bound to change depending on the interest you guys (my readers) may have on this matter. I think that in order to use indicators you must first understand them. Something which is vital for trading system creation. Even more, after understanding these indicators we may come up with some new ideas based on the mathematics I will explain :).
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