Coppock Curve

The Coppock Curve is a long term indicator, and is calculated as the Exponential Moving Average (EMA), of the Rate of Change (ROC), of a Simple Moving Average (SMA) for the stock concerned. The period for these three can all be adjusted under 'edit'. Best set to periods: 10, 14 & 11 respectively.

 

Parameters: SMA, ROC & EMA.

For additional help on what the different parameters mean, that isn't included on this page, click here.


Coppock Curve

Coppock Curve

Here is an example of the Coppock Curve chart study (on a London Stock Exchange graph)


Reading the study:

This chart study is slightly unique whereby we get a buy signal when the Coppock Curve turns up from a trough. However this chart study is not used as much for sell signals.


Reading the study:

Reading the study:

Here is an example of the Coppock Curve and the price line (of the London Stock Exchange), and what it may indicate




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