Momentum Indicator

The Momentum Indicator shows the difference between the current price and the price a specified number of periods ago. It measures the rate at which the price of a particular stock is rising or falling.

By default, the Momentum Indicator tracks price strength over 14 days, but this can be adjusted in the settings modal.

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