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Global Trading Indicators is a powerful tool based on volatility analysis that can be used in any TIME-FRAME (minutes, days, etc..)



One of the most difficult steps in making an investment decision is after a big movement in the market, which is called the “moment of explosion”.


We currently have 11 indicators, which are based on our theory called (VERA) Volatility Explosion Relatively Adjusted designed to predict the moment in which the volatility explosion will occur and thus obtain a first warning signal that generates a new investment strategy.

The user-friendly methodology that identifies trends. It must be used in conjunction with OHLC bars.

Color (Blue) bullish trend and Color (Magenta) bearish trend.

Vera Average: Market price of the reference area

Upper limit: upper band used as trailing stop for short positions

Lower limit: low band used as trailing stop for long positions

Red and green arrows – the entry point for long and short positions

Orange Triangles: ALERA VERA can be used in two ways:

  1. Profit-taking (usually overnight position)
  2. Volatility exposure alert where the stop or trailing stop must be established

Blue or magenta triangles: serve as a sign of re-entry into positions and/or confirmation of a trend

OHLC bars, Red (bearish), Green (bullish), Gray (Neutral)


his indicator is based on the theory VERA- Adjusted Relative Volatility Explosion (it works in any period). It must be used with OHLC bars.

Line (blue): bullish stops area

Line (magenta): area of stops for a downtrend

Grayline (opening): entrance to the risk area

Green arrows: the signal of trend change (bullish or bearish)

Pink circle (possible exhaustion of the uptrend)

Olive green circle (possible exhaustion of the downtrend), can be used in two ways:

  1. As a profit-taking area (usually overnight position)
  2. As an alert zone where you can set the stop or trailing stop

The lime or red arrows serve as an indicator for the re-entry of positions and / or to confirm the trend.

OHLC bars, red (bearish), green (bullish), gray (neutral)


In conjunction with the VERA WIDTH OSCILLATOR, it displays multiple modified moving averages using the Adjusted-Volatility Explosion theory. The different time windows of the moving averages are calculated using arithmetic gradients. In addition to this, the OHLC graph must be adjusted by the user, to indicate the price trend both bullish (green) and bearish (red). If the moving averages are blue they indicate an upward trend and a downward magenta. The oscillator is accompanied by red (bearish) and green (bullish) circles displayed on the graph.


The adjusted moving average for the intraday market, which allows decision making just when the market opens or when intraday gaps are formed. It is similar to the moving average, except that this indicator provides a better fit when using the VERA – Adjusted Relative Volatility Explosion.


Indicator inspired by the MACD, modified to eliminate noise when applying the VERA- Adjusted Relative Volatility Explosion. It is useful in minute or hour charts, especially for stocks and ETFs which usually have unexpected changes or movements. Useful to detect the exhaustion of a trend.


This indicator shows directly on the graph the possible break or end of the current trend. Turquoise diamonds show the exhaustion of the downtrend, while pink diamonds show the weakening of the uptrend. Additionally, this indicator is accompanied by two strong levels: support (yellow) and resistance (light pink) which serve to determine the possible formation of choppy markets.


Simultaneously it fulfills two functions: it smooths the movement of the price and provides a dynamic indicator with greater correlation. It was specially modified to obtain greater speed and to indicate with greater veracity the possible formation of an upward (blue) or downtrend (magenta) trend in the moving averages.


This indicator, by its acronym GSI or smoothing oscillator, is a type of indicator that shows the strength of the price by comparing the individual movements up and down of successive closing prices. Added to this, it shows the uptrend (blue) or a downtrend (magenta) on the indicator and chart signals (diamonds).


It serves as both a fast-moving average or a simple moving average offering a correlation between price behavior and time. The difference is evident in the calculation of the exponential moving average which evaluates recent data in a period greater than that usually used for the calculation of the simple moving average. This modification results in higher speed.


The GSC Ribbon Moving Average is an indicator that shows multiple moving averages. The variation of them is based on geometric gradients. Also, the OHLC chart needs to be adjusted by the user, including both the uptrend (green) and the downtrend (red) within the chart.


It shows if buyers or sellers have control in the market easily. The indicator varies according to the strength of the trend, where weak forces are shown below and strong trends above (indicator: green-bulls and red-bear).



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