By Kin Talk on Wednesday, January 29, 2014 with 1 comment

This is a part of the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo indicator that is mainly used to determine medium-term momentum. This line is computed like this: (highest high + lowest low)/2 for the past 26 periods.

The Kijun-Sen formula is almost identical to the one used to compute the Tenkan-Sen with the only difference being the number of time periods which is higher in the former calculation in order to get a better sense of longer-term momentum.

The Kijun-sen and Tenkan-sen make for a good couple of indicators to gauge future momentum. Traders will like the simplicity of the tool. It goes like this. When the Tenkan-sen line moves above the Kijun-sen, there is a buy signal indicated. On the hand, when the Tenkan-sen line moves below the Kijun-sen line, a sell signal is indicated. The Kijun-Sen considered to be the trigger line for traders who like to utilize the Ichimoku method. 

Category: Technicals



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