The CCI (Commodity Channel Index) Average, like the Commodity Channel Index, is used primarily to identify beginning and ending of cycles in futures markets and is commonly used to identify buy and sell opportunities. The CCI is calculated so that 70-80% of all price activity falls between +100 and -100 on its vertical scale. Many analysts believe a long position is indicated when the CCI exceeds +100 while a short position is indicated when the CCI falls below -100 but these values should be based more on your market analysis. For example, you may decide that for the market you are evaluating, a -125 indicates taking a short position while a +150 indicates taking a long position.
In Frustrader’s advanced CCI indicator, CCI can be applied to the chart along with the Moving averages.
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