Smoothed Relative Momentum

Smoothed Relative Momentum is an advanced indicator that shows a trend continuation near its 50 value for any market and timeframe. This is an improved variant of Relative Momentum that exclude noice and the major false signals. An ascending indicator over 50 is associated with a buy signal, and a descending period with the indicator under 50 can be a sell. The Smoothed Relative Momentum indicator gives good returns if it is combined with any of the Cyclicality indicators. The Smoothed Relative Momentum indicator has a specific optimal period for each market and timeframe.

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The efficiency of the Smoothed Relative Momentum indicator was proved during the time, having a very precise evolution, especially in the long-time intervals (H1, H4, D1) for every market. For the small timeframes (M1, M5, M15, M30), the indicator must be combined with other known indicators like RSI, CCI, MACD for a good return. The indicator can be successfully used for manual trading or can be automated by importing the specific data series. The Smoothed Relative Momentum is an important part of the algorithms included in successful expert advisors like Dow Jones Predictor, Gold Predictor, Nasdaq Retractor, or DAX Retractor.