Chande Momentum Oscillator
The Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO) is a technical indicator developed by Tushar Chande. It measures the momentum of an asset's price movement and provides insights into the overbought or oversold conditions of the market. The CMO calculates the difference between the sum of positive price changes and the sum of negative price changes over a specified period, and then normalizes it to a scale between -100 and +100. Traders and investors use the CMO to identify potential trend reversals, confirm the strength of a current trend, and generate buy or sell signals.
The Savitzky-Golay filter is a digital filter commonly employed for smoothing and noise reduction in time-series data. In the context of the SGCMO, the aim is to effectively smooth the CMO values, reducing the impact of short-term fluctuations and providing clearer insights into underlying trends. Additionally, an exponential moving average (EMA) filter is applied to further reduce noise and enhance trend visibility. This filtered CMO indicator may provide traders and investors with a clearer and more refined representation of momentum changes in the underlying asset, helping them make more informed trading decisions.
The SGCMO serves as both a trend-following and mean-reversion tool. Traders can track the current trend using bullish white lines or bearish orange lines in trending markets. Alternatively, they can utilize green and red vertical lines, which indicate price retracement and help capture pullbacks and reversals. Green vertical lines appear when the trend reverses upwards in an oversold zone (-50 to -80), while red vertical lines indicate negative trend reversals in an overbought zone (50 to 80). Opening long positions when green and white lines appear, or short positions when red and orange lines are visible, can be considered. However, it is advisable to combine this indicator with other complementary technical analysis tools and incorporate it into a comprehensive trading strategy to maximize its effectiveness.
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