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 glossary_t [2019/06/24 19:38]127.0.0.1 external edit glossary_t [2021/01/08 22:11] (current)betseyp [TRIX] 2021/01/08 22:11 betseyp [TRIX] 2020/10/14 22:46 betseyp 2019/06/24 19:38 external edit Next revision Previous revision 2021/01/08 22:11 betseyp [TRIX] 2020/10/14 22:46 betseyp 2019/06/24 19:38 external edit Line 11: Line 11: ==== TED Spread ==== ==== TED Spread ==== The difference between the three-month US Treasury rates and the three-month Eurodollar contract. Used to measure the strength of the credit markets. The difference between the three-month US Treasury rates and the three-month Eurodollar contract. Used to measure the strength of the credit markets. + + ==== TEMA ==== + See [[#​triple_exponential_moving_average_tema|Triple Exponential Moving Average (TEMA)]]. ==== Three Black Crows ==== ==== Three Black Crows ==== Line 63: Line 66: ==== Triple Bottom Reversal ==== ==== Triple Bottom Reversal ==== A bullish reversal pattern typically associated with line and bar charts. The pattern forms with three equal lows, at least one intermittent high to mark resistance and a breakout above resistance. See our ChartSchool article on [[:​chart_analysis:​chart_patterns:​triple_bottom_reversal|Triple Bottom (Reversal)]]. A bullish reversal pattern typically associated with line and bar charts. The pattern forms with three equal lows, at least one intermittent high to mark resistance and a breakout above resistance. See our ChartSchool article on [[:​chart_analysis:​chart_patterns:​triple_bottom_reversal|Triple Bottom (Reversal)]]. + + + ==== Triple Exponential Moving Average (TEMA) ==== + TEMA is a faster moving average developed by Patrick Molloy. Its calculation uses single-, double-, and triple-smoothed EMAs to offset the lag found in traditional EMAs, creating a more responsive moving average for short-term traders. See our ChartSchool article on [[:​technical_indicators:​tema|TEMA]]. ==== Triple Top Breakout ==== ==== Triple Top Breakout ==== Line 71: Line 78: ==== TRIX ==== ==== TRIX ==== - A momentum indicator showing the percent rate-of-change of a triple exponentially-smoothed moving average. Like other oscillators,​ TRIX oscillates around a zero line. Its triple exponential smoothing makes it an excellent filter of market noise and it functions well as a leading indicator of market trends. See our ChartSchool article on [[:​technical_indicators:​trix|TRIX]] + A momentum indicator showing the percent rate-of-change of a triple exponentially-smoothed moving average. Like other oscillators,​ TRIX oscillates around a zero line. Its triple exponential smoothing makes it an excellent filter of market noise and it functions well as a leading indicator of market trends. See our ChartSchool article on [[:​technical_indicators:​trix|TRIX]]. + + ==== TTM Squeeze ==== + A volatility and momentum indicator used to identify periods of consolidation and indicate the likely direction of a resulting move. Volatility is measured by looking for a squeeze: trading days where the security'​s Bollinger Bands are completely enclosed within the security'​s Keltner Channels, indicating very low volatility. Once the Bollinger Bands expand and break outside the Keltner Channels, the squeeze has "​fired"​ and the security is likely to make a big price move. The momentum component of the indicator helps to determine the likely direction of that move. See our ChartSchool article on [[:​technical_indicators:​ttm_squeeze|TTM Squeeze]]. ==== Typical Price ==== ==== Typical Price ==== The average of the high, low and close. Typical Price = (High + Low + Close)/3. The average of the high, low and close. Typical Price = (High + Low + Close)/3.