Dynamic Zone Stochastic


If the dynamic zone stochastic is higher than the upper level, the value is "overbought" and a bearish signal is given. On the other hand, if the stochastic is lower than the lower level, the currency is "oversold and a bullish signal is given.

A bullish signal is generated when the Stochastic crosses over the lower level. A bearish signal is generated when the stochastic crosses under the upper level.

The dynamic zone stochastic is an oscillator from 0-100 that indicates zones where the currency would be considered "overbought" or "oversold". Unlike the classic RSI, the zones where the currency would be considered "overbought" or "oversold"are dynamic rather than fixed.

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