Here Are 5 Ways Investors Can Use The MACD Indicator To Make Better Trades From Cointelegraph
Here are 5 ways investors can use the MACD indicator to make better trades
The Moving Average Convergence Divergence, also known as MACD, is a trend-following momentum indicator that is widely used by traders. Although the MACD is a lagging indicator, it can be very useful in identifying possible trend changes.
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The MACD oscillates above and below a zero line, also known as the center line. The shorter moving average is subtracted from a longer moving average to get the value of the MACD. A signal line representing the exponential moving average of the MACD completes the indicator.
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