The Coppock Curve is a long-term price momentum indicator used primarily to recognize major downturns and upturns in a stock market index. It is calculated as a 10-month weighted moving average of the sum of the 14-month rate of change and the 11-month rate of change for the index. It is also known as the "Coppock Guide."
The Coppock formula was introduced in...
Coppock Curve Strategy
The Coppock Indicator is a long-term price momentum oscillator which is used primarily to pinpoint major bottoms in the stock market. Crosses above the zero line indicate buying pressure, crosses below the center (zero) line indicate selling pressure.
This script generates a long entry signal when the Coppock value crosses...
A buy signal is generated when the indicator turns upwards from previous indicator level.
A sell signal is generated when the indicator turns downwards from previous indicator level.
The indicator is trend-following, and based on averages, so by its nature it doesn't pick a bottom, but rather shows when a rally has started.
It is designed for daily period...
This strategy makes use of a not widely known technical indicator called "Coppock Curve".
The indicator is derived by taking a weighted moving average of the rate-of-change (ROC) of a market index such as the S&P 500 or a trading equivalent such as the S&P 500 SPDR ETF. For more info: (www.investopedia.com)
This strategy uses $SPY Coppock curve as a proxy to...
This is a centered triple oscillator which measures RSI, RVI (volatility), and Coppock Curve (trend). This is centered so it ranges from negative 50 to positive 50. This indicator is used most accurately when all 3 indicators show above/below 0.
RSI is the bright pink line. RSI determines strength in a direction. When it is above 20 or below -20, a pullback is...
The Coppock Curve is a zero-centered momentum oscillator that relies primarily on rate of change calculations. The Coppock Curve in its most basic form is already a great indicator, especially for spotting shifts in momentum. But, we wanted to see how we could modify it to get some better performance out of it.
As the ‘cop’ function demonstrates, the Coppock...
This indicator was originally developed by Edwin "Sedge" Coppock (Barron's Magazine, October 1962).
Specially for @AlexMayorov :
1) Buy when indicator crosses the zero line upside
2) Sell when indicator crosses the zero line downside
It shows Coppock with its own moving average. (Yes, in a way, 3 moving averages.)
Advised to use :
for long term, certainly not for day-trade;
on daily charts;
not as a standalone indicator, helps to read RSI, Klinger, TSI, CCI, etc.
as momentum-signaling: crossing 0, inflection points, crossover
as a quasi-centered, quasi oscillator, but not...