In technical analysis, a measure of market movements created by comparing a 13-day moving average of a security's volume to a 13-day moving average of its price. A Klinger oscillator is designed to detect long-term trends while also showing short-term reversals. Theoretically, if one follows a Klinger oscillator, one may profit from a long-term uptrend while avoiding temporary losses from short-term downtrends. This allows the investor to maximize his/her return.
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