The stock indicator TipPrice - what it is, how it is calculated, what it shows.
The Typrice indicator (short for "Typical Price") is one of the calculated indicators used in technical analysis in financial markets. It was developed in order to simplify the process of analyzing and presenting asset price data.
TipPrice is calculated by summing three key price indicators (maximum, minimum and closing price) and dividing this amount by 3. The calculation formula is as follows:
TypPrice = (High + Low + Close) / 3Here "High" is the maximum price for the period, "Low" is the minimum price for the period, and "Close" is the closing price for the period.
A typical price is expressed in the same currency as the prices of the asset to which it is applied.
How to use it?TipPrice can be used in technical analysis of markets to identify trends and support and resistance levels.
- Determining the trend direction:
TipPrice can be used to determine the trend direction on the chart. If the TipPrice is above the midline, it may indicate a bullish trend, and if it is below the midline, it may indicate a bearish trend.
- Determination of support and resistance levels:
TipPrice can be used to determine support and resistance levels on the chart. If the TipPrice crosses the support level from the bottom up, it can be a buy signal, and if the TipPrice crosses the resistance level from the top down, it can be a sell signal.
- Use in combination with other indicators:
TipPrice can be used in combination with other technical indicators such as moving averages, MACD, RSI, etc. This will help traders get more accurate entry and exit signals to the market.
TipPrice is a convenient indicator for analyzing price data and can be used in various trading strategies.