Have You Ever Tried Using a Stochastic Momentum Indicator?

By: Marty Chenard | Fri, Feb 11, 2011
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I like using the Stochastic-Momentum indicator in certain instances because it can often give you a much clearer picture than just using a Stochastic indicator.

Some refer to this indicator as the SMI and they use the same trading rules as they use with the Stochastic Oscillator.

Today, we will apply the Stochastic-Momentum indicator on a Weekly chart of the 30 year bond yields.

To use it on a weekly TYX chart, we like to use the following settings:
- The %K set at 14,9,9 ... and the %D at 3.

As you can see, in spite of all the Bernanke/Fed interference with interest rates, the Stochastic-Momentum indicator can give very helpful trending information for investors. As you can see below, for the past two years, the Stochastic-Momentum indicator has done a very admiral job on the TYX.

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TYX 30-Year Yields



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