Description of Normalized Spread
The Normalized Spread indicator is a companion tool to John Carter’s December 2015 Ultimate Options Traders Edge webinar. The indicator shows the spread between John’s primary exponential moving averages normalized for statistical analysis. Drawn on the oscillator panel are 1, 2, and 3 standard deviation levels for the spread.
What will you learn in Normalized Spread?
- The standard deviation is indicated as a fraction of the mean. The distribution diffusion of a variable with big mean and correspondingly large standard deviation is comparable more adequately with the distribution diffusion of another variable with a lower mean and therefore smaller standard deviation using this statistical method.
- The standard deviation of its units is now independent. The relative fluctuation of the euro, for example, can be compared to: The Hong Kong Dollar and the US$: the sterling exchange rate.
You absolutely must be aware that the indication for technical analysis is the basis for technical analysis. They are used to determine stock or economic trends in the future. The indication of the technical analysis helps the investor to know when to enter or leave a business, to make profit.
Technical analysis indicators such as Normalized Spread examine price information and interpret it into basic signals that are easy to read. These signs enable the investor to choose the right time to purchase or sell. The technical analysis indicator offers the investor with clues to help them analyze the market patterns and anticipated price behaviour. Thus, price, volume and time-sensitive combinations Technical analysis indicators are applied to optimize profit.
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