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msg #98743
Ignore reeseman
1/26/2011 12:26:19 AM

Hello, SF

I am trying to learn how to use ADX it seems to be pretty decent indicator. I have done some reading but i get lost with it. Some say just the value is what matters then, i have read the direction. What is it? Also, with training course i have order the training does not use this indicator. He also will not teach outside his method, does anyone know where i can get some training from on ADX indicator. I like what the trainer is giving me, i have became member for extra training but if the ADX measures strength i need to know how to use it correctly.

I am correctly not interest in DI+ and DI- simply because i like to add one thing at a time. I must keep thing simple, i think i need a strength indicator.

930 posts
msg #98744
Ignore Mactheriverrat
1/26/2011 1:56:22 AM

121 posts
msg #98756
Ignore Cacher
1/26/2011 7:51:26 PM

Yepher has set up a great user guide of StockFetcher commands...

Very well done !

Click here : Yepher's StockFetcher Guide

or .... specfically for Directional Movement Indicators


27 posts
msg #98765
Ignore reeseman
1/27/2011 2:42:27 AM

Thank you for putting me in the right direction!

Would ADX be consider a Leading or Lagging Indicator?

230 posts
msg #98772
Ignore wkloss
1/27/2011 11:10:46 PM


Check out Chuck LeBeau's use of ADX. Some of that may be free on line and some may require buying one of his courses. They aren't expensive but you may be able to find out what you want for free, possibly even in some stockfetcher posts.


27 posts
msg #98774
Ignore reeseman
1/28/2011 3:06:42 AM

Can you post the link you are referring to? To much mix information and i do not want train from some many different sources.

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