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Indicators
With the indicators on IQ Option, you can spot trends and better identify potential trades that will lead to profit. IQ Option offers 13 indicators that are available via the charting interface.



Many can be used independently or together to maximize your results and insights.

Moving Averages (MAs) include Simple Moving Averages, Weighted Moving Averages, Smooth Simple Moving Averages, and Exponential Moving Averages. These can help provide insights into current trends and can be used with other indicators.
The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) shows where moving averages converge and diverge, essentially visualizing the ratio between two Exponential Moving Averages (EMAs).
The Parabolic SAR has a similar purpose to moving averages. However, the position changes based on the price and it moves in conjunction with higher acceleration. It shows up in a group of small dots.
The Awesome Oscillator indicates a visualized ratio of two SMAs (Simple Moving Averages), with one fast and one slow. The indicator helps show new trends' development and completion.
Bollinger Bands are trend indicators showing a dynamic range for price movement.
Volume Indicators show the quantities of your chosen asset that were bought and sold within a given period, indicating interest.
The Alligator Indicator helps you assess market movement in terms of direction and assists with filtering Side Bands (no-trend periods). Overall, this indicator helps traders find emerging trends, and it is cross-functional.
The Relative Strength Index (RSI) helps figure out a current trend's strength, as well as potential reversal points. It compares asset price growth (absolute) with the total price reduction, showing it via a curve.
The Stoch or Stochastic Oscillator indicators show a price's current position in comparison to the extremes from your selected period. This is shown as a percentage and helps you determine likely reversal points.
The Average True Range (ATR) displays a trading asset's current volatility within your chosen period and determines the change rate of quotes.
The Average Directional Movement Index (ADX) shows a trend's strength before the price movement begins. It can also indicate potential market volatility changes.
A fractal is a series that includes a minimum of five Japanese candlesticks, showing the local maxima and minima of price curves as well as market reversal points.
Finally, the Commodity Channel Index (CCI) measures the speed associated with price movements. It helps traders determine upcoming market reversals and can detect extrema or assess a trend's strength.