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MACD

We buy or sell based on the moving average convergence divergence (MACD), as the technical signal crosses above (to buy) or below (to sell) its signal line. MACD is calculated by subtracting the long-term EMA (26 period time) from the short-term EMA (12 period time).
Crossovers are highly important, when the MACD falls below the signal line the bearish signal indicates that it may be time to sell. Contrarily, when the MACD exceed above the signal line, the indicator gives a bullish signal, which suggests that the price of the asset is likely to experience upward momentum.

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SMA7/35

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SMA 50/200

In addition to the SMA 7/35 we added the 200/50 day simple moving average. This technical signal is considered a key indicator for determining overall long-term market trends.
As long as a stock price remains above the 200-day SMA, the stock is generally considered to be in an overall uptrend.

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