The Momentum ATR Normalized Signal Indicator is a simple indicator. It works just like any other momentum oscillator. The indicator plots two lines on the chart, just like the RSI. The momentum line is the indicator, while the signal line is the second one. The indicator oscillates between 5.4 and -5.2.
The blue line is the signal line. The gold color is the momentum line. When these two lines cross each other, the indicator will give you the signal. The indicator will show us entry and exit points by mentioning bearish and bullish crossovers. The indicator works best when used in shorter time frames. The indicator can be used by traders for longer time periods. Traders can also combine this indicator with other indicators such as MACD or RSI.
Momentum ATR Normalized Sign Indicator Buy/Sell Signals
The crossover point is the key indicator that determines the buy or sell signal. If the blue signal line crosses the momentum line, a stronger uptrend is possible. Here traders can enter into a long position. When the signal line crosses above the golden line, traders can exit their positions.
However, a trader who crosses above the signal line and can see the gold momentum line will have a better chance of a downtrend. At this point, traders can exit their positions if the signal line crosses above the momentum line. This can be confirmed by a large bullish candle in an uptrend or a large bearish candle in a downtrend. Traders can also use the Momentum ATR Normalized Sign Indicator and RSI to confirm signals.
The Momentum ATR Normalized Signals indicator functions like any other oscillator. It plots crossover charts to present buy and sell signals. An indicator that allows traders to pinpoint their entry and exit points.