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Stochastic Oscillator

A momentum indicator that evaluates a security's closing price in relation to a range of its prices over a specific time period. By changing that time period or using a moving average, the oscillator's sensitivity to market fluctuations can be reduced. It uses a 0-100 limited range of values to provide overbought (above 70-80) and oversold (below 20-30) trading signals.

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