FastTrack Stochastics has three parameters. The first is the range of days over which
%K is computed. The second parameter is set to 1 unless using Slow Stochastics. The third
parameter is used to smooth %K to reduce the data's point-to-point differences.The
Stochastics Chart lines are named:

%K - The solid yellow line

%D - The solid purple line

The abbreviations are sometimes preceded by a number. The abbreviation 14%K stands for
%K computed over a 14-day period. The % sign notation is somewhat obnoxious since it
denotes a percentage computation. Suffice to say that 14%K has NOTHING to do with
multiplication by 0.14.

The yellow %K line oscillates between 0 and 100 as the price of the fund moves from the
bottom to the top of its range. A purple %D trails %K.

The white dotted lines divide the chart at 20, 50, and 80%. When the yellow %K line is
below 20%, the indicator is in the "oversold" condition. When the yellow line is
above 80%, the indicator is in the "overbought" condition.