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12/8/2002 2:37:18 PM

TRIX Oscillator

Parameters PERIOD
EMA PERIOD
Usage TRIX(PERIOD)
TRIX(PERIOD,EMA PERIOD)
TRIX EMA(PERIOD,EMA PERIOD)
TRIX Histogram(PERIOD,EMA PERIOD)
Description The TRIX is an oscillator developed by Jack Huton which uses a triple-smoothed EMA to produce a resulting signal that is fairly tolerant to recent volatile price moves. This ability to ignore recent volatility produces a trend oscillator that can assist in following current trends.

The construction of the TRIX requires a single period. Essentially, 3 successive EMA's are computed from this period.

In addition to the primary TRIX signal, a smoothed signal is presented along with the TRIX that further reduces volatility. This smoothing is an n-day EMA of the raw TRIX value.

Finally, StockFetcher also provides a TRIX Histogram. Which, similar to the MACD Histogram, measures the difference between the TRIX signal and the smoothed , or slower, EMA of the TRIX.

Examples
Fetcher[Show stocks where the TRIX(30,9) crossed above 0 within the last 1 day]


Fetcher[Show stocks where the TRIX(30,9) crossed above the TRIX EMA(30,9) within the last 1 day]


Fetcher[Show stocks where the TRIX Histogram(30,9) has reached a new 52 week low and the TRIX(30,9) is below 0]



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