Haurlan Index is one of forex technical indicator used in forex technical analysis. Haurlan Index is an overbought / oversold indicator. It was developed in the 1960s by Peter N. Haurlan. It has three components – long term, intermediate term, and short term.
Haurlan Index is used to detect market breadth. There are three components of the Haurlan index :
Long Term:same, using a 200-day exponential moving average.
Intermediate Term: same, using a 20-day exponential moving average.
Short Term: a 3-day exponential moving average is taken of the net NYSE advances over declines.
Each of the three components is used to detect a different movement, whether it is momentum, breakouts, or resistance.
- Negative Volume Index (NVI)
- MACD – Moving Average Convergence / Divergence
- Mesa Sine Wave
- Median Price
- McClellan Oscillator
- Mass Index (MI)
- Market Facilitation Index
- Linear Regression
- Klinger Oscillator (KO)
- Keltner Channel (KC)
- Kagi Chart
- Intraday Momentum (IMI)
- Ichimoku Kinko Hyo (IKH)
- Historical (Natenberg) Volatility
- Herrick Payoff Index
- Haurlan Index
- Full Stochastic Oscillator