Stoch

usage: stoch [-k N_FASTKPERIOD] [-d N_SLOWDPERIOD] [--slowkperiod N_SLOWKPERIOD] [--export {csv,json,xlsx}] [-h]

The Stochastic Oscillator measures where the close is in relation to the recent trading range. The values range from zero to 100. %D values over 75 indicate an overbought condition; values under 25 indicate an oversold condition. When the Fast %D crosses above the Slow %D, it is a buy signal; when it crosses below, it is a sell signal. The Raw %K is generally considered too erratic to use for crossover signals.

optional arguments:
  -k N_FASTKPERIOD, --fastkperiod N_FASTKPERIOD
                        The time period of the fastk moving average (default: 14)
  -d N_SLOWDPERIOD, --slowdperiod N_SLOWDPERIOD
                        The time period of the slowd moving average (default: 3)
  --slowkperiod N_SLOWKPERIOD
                        The time period of the slowk moving average (default: 3)
  --export {csv,json,xlsx}
                        Export dataframe data to csv,json,xlsx file (default: )
  -h, --help            show this help message (default: False)

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