Trend Intensity Index

The Trend Intensity Index (TTI) indicator can help determine the strength of the current market trend. The TII range is between 0 and 100, where typically a value above 50 is a bullish trend, and a value below 50 is a bearish trend.
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Trend Intensity Index (TII) is based on an article by M. H. Pee that will be available in the June 2002 issue of Stocks and Commodities Magazine. TII is used to indicate the strength of the current trend in the market. The stronger the current trend, the more likely the market will continue moving in the current direction. It is recommended to enter the market during a strong trend and ride it until TII shows signs of a reversal, at which time you should abandon your position and prepare to enter in the opposite direction

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