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Indicators DZ and RDZ: essence, methods of calculation, signals and rules of trading

Kozmenko, Serhiy and Plastun, Oleksiy (2011): Indicators DZ and RDZ: essence, methods of calculation, signals and rules of trading. Published in: Investment Management and Financial Innovations , Vol. 8, No. 3 (15 November 2011): pp. 50-57.

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Speculators exert more and more influence on prices on world exchange markets. Often the result of this is a formation of so-called “bubbles” with subsequent shocks to national and global economy. The purpose of speculators is earnings in a relatively short period of time using the differences in prices for exchange assets. Most of the speculators as a reference point for decision-making use technical analysis methods (prediction of future prices based on previous prices). Using more sophisticated methods gives advantage and opportunity to earn on a relatively short-term fluctuations in the exchange markets. General rules of technical analysis applied to all types of exchange markets – foreign exchange and stock markets, commodity markets and markets for derivative financial instruments. Thus, developing of a new technical indicator or trading strategy for FOREX (foreign exchange market) can be applied to analyze prices of gold or oil, stock indices and stock prices.

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