Oscillator

An Oscillator is a measure of the difference between two moving averages. The moving averages are usually defined as a fast (calculated over few periods so it reacts quickly to changes in the market) and slow (calculated over many periods, it reacts slowly). See Moving Averages for more information.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.optuma.com/kb/optuma/tools/averages/oscillator