Average Directional Index (ADX) is a technical indicator developed by Welles Wilder to estimate trend strength without including look to tendency direction. It also determines possible price movements by comparing the difference between two consecutive lows with the difference between the highs. Wilder planned ADX with commodities and daily prices, but these indicators can also be useful for the stocks too.
Moving Average is a technical analysis indicator that demonstrates average price of a security's price over a given period of time.
There are five popular types of MA:
Moving Average of Oscillator or Oscillator of Moving Average (OsMA) is a technical analysis tool that reflects the difference between an oscillator (MACD) and its moving average (signal line) 7. In this case, Moving Average Convergence/Divergence base-line is used as the oscillator, and the signal line is used as the smoothing. If OsMA stops falling and starts rising, it is a BUY signal. If OsMA stops increasing and starts decreasing it is a SELL signal. The discrepancy of the price and OsMA is a trustworthy signal.