The Vortex Indicator is a technical indicator which identifies the start of a new trend or the continuation of an existing trend within financial markets.
It was inspired by the work of an Austrian inventor, Viktor Schauberger, who studied the flow of water in rivers and turbines. The Vortex Indicator was also partly inspired by J. Welles Wilder's concept of directional movement.
In 2010, we published the Vortex Indicator, sharing our invention freely for the benefit of the financial industry. However, for our own investment strategy, we use proprietary versions of the Vortex Indicator and apply it in unique ways.
Please click here to read the original article on the Vortex Indicator. (The Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, January 2010, Volume 28, Nr. 1)
The Vortex Indicator has been coded by the world’s top charting software companies and included in their packages, platforms and apps.
A link is provided here for the coding and formulas for various platforms.
If the Vortex Indicator is not available on your particular platform, simply request it directly from your service provider.