Parabolic Indicator

What is the ‘Parabolic Indicator’

The parabolic indicator is a technical analysis strategy that uses a trailing stop and reverse method called “SAR,” or stop-and-reversal, to determine good exit and entry points.

Explaining ‘Parabolic Indicator’

Further Reading

  • Economic analysis of power generation from parabolic trough solar thermal plants for the Mediterranean region—A case study for the island of Cyprus – [PDF]
  • Determination of the optimum design through different funding scenarios for future parabolic trough solar power plant in Algeria – [PDF]
  • Techno-economic analysis of solar parabolic trough type energy system for garment zone of Jaipur city – [PDF]
  • Environmental-economic optimization for implementation of parabolic collectors in the industrial process heat generation: Case study of Mexico – [PDF]
  • Entrepreneurship on the Financial Markets Based on the Selected Indicator Technical Analysis – [PDF]
  • Analytical expansions for parabolic equations – [PDF]
  • The Factors Used in Policy Decision Making for Promoting Direct Steam Generation Parabolic Trough Technology in Thai Food Industry – [PDF]