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Moving Averages

Learn about the different types of moving averages and how they can be incorporated into a strategy.

Moving Average Components

While the moving average may be simple, there’s multiple ways of calculating or incorporating the indicator into a strategy or approach.

Getting Started with Moving Averages

The moving average is a simple yet utilitarian indicator that can be used for a variety of methods.

Exponential Moving Average (EMA) Defined and Explained

Learn more about the exponential moving average-a derivative of the standard moving average and a great technical indicator

Simple Moving Average (SMA) vs Exponential Moving Average (EMA)

Here's an overview of the simple and exponential moving averages and the potential trading techniques concerning them.

Popular Moving Averages and How to Use Them

Moving averages are extremely popular because of their easy-to-use nature and versatility. Learn more about moving averages

200 Day Moving Average: What it is and How it Works

The 200 day moving average is widely used by traders to identify long term trends. Learn how to apply it when trading

Moving Average Strategies

Simple is sophisticated, and in this section we look at how various strategies can incorporate this utilitarian indicator.

Moving Average Crossovers

Here's an overview of what moving average crossovers are and the potential trading techniques concerning them.

The Golden Cross

A golden cross signifies increasing bullish momentum with the potential to start a new bullish trend.

Death Cross: What is it and How to Identify it When Trading?

A death cross signifies intensifying bearish momentum with the potential to start a new downtrend.

EMA Trading | An EMA Strategy with Forex Trends

Trading with the EMA is useful for both beginner and experienced traders. This indicator incorporates a complete trading strategy perfect for trending markets

Trend Trading with Moving Averages

Moving averages can be used to identify strong trends across financial markets.