Momentum Analysis Using MACD - Timing Entrance And Exit


Momentum analysis using MACD (Moving Average Convergence Divergence) can be applied to most charts to see if the trend is fading or increasing. When used correctly in conjunction with other facts/ indicator or patterns, it can tell you when to enter the trade and when to exit the trade.


The Moving Average Convergence Divergence technical indicator is displayed below an actual stock chart and consists of several parts.

Typical default settings of 12, 26, 9 can be adjusted if desired include the MACD signal lines, Moving average and display them as histrogram.

When used in conjunction with Elliott wave, you can see which part of Elliott Wave we are in and then trade accordingly.

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Momentum Analysis Using MACD

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