History of the Coppock Curve:
The Coppock Curve was originally designed for use on a monthly time frame to identify buying opportunities in stock market indices, primarily after significant declines or bear markets.
Historically, the monthly time frame has been the most popular for the Coppock Curve, especially for long-term trend analysis and spotting the beginnings of potential bull markets after bearish periods.
The signal wasn't initially designed for finding sell signals, however it can be used to look for tops as well.
When the indicator is above zero it indicates a hold. When the indicator drops below zero it indicates a sell, and when the indicator moves above zero it signals a buy.
While this indicator was originally designed to be used on monthly charts of the indices, many traders now use this on individual equities and etfs on all different time frames.
About this Indicator:
The Coppock Curve is plotted with colors changing based on its position relative to the zero line. When above zero, it's green, and when below, it's red. (default settings)
An absolute zero line is also plotted in black to serve as a reference.
In addition to the classic Coppock Curve, this indicator looks to identify "early turns" or potential reversals of the Coppock Curve rather than waiting for the indicator to cross above or below the zero line.
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