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Moving Average Convergence Divergence

Looking to improve your ability to identify new trends? Discover how the MACD indicator can help.

Trading with MACD

Build on your knowledge of MACD and see it in action as we elaborate on a MACD trading strategy and explain how this technical indicator can be used to not only identify trends but also the entry and exit points of a trade.
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MACD Trading Strategy: 3 Steps to find a trend

Implementing a MACD trading strategy can be beneficial for identifying both prevailing market trends and tired trends
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How to Enter Trades using a MACD Crossover

The MACD crossover is most effective in trending markets as it assists traders in identifying the momentum and direction of the trend.
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The MACD Histogram and How It Works as a Buy/Sell Signal

Enhance your trading knowledge with the surprisingly useful MACD histogram
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MACD settings to make the most of your trades

Incorporating a second MACD with different settings provides a great way to enter a trend and ride it out for as long as possible
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MACD vs Stochastic: Timing Entries with One or Both Indicators

The MACD and Stochastic indicator are both effective indicators, but is one better than the other?
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