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MarkS
10 posts
msg #103652
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12/6/2011 6:38:25 PM

Does anyone regularly use MA crossing as an indicator? I am working on a variation of MA and would like a baseline to compare to. MA(20) crossing above MA(50) seems to be pretty standard numbers. Does anyone use something different or should I consider that the best baseline?

gmg733
616 posts
msg #103655
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12/6/2011 11:13:13 PM

What is your time frame?

MarkS
10 posts
msg #103657
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12/7/2011 2:24:26 AM

I don't have a timeframe. I have something that I have used off and on for years that is similar to MA and I would like to see how this other method compares. I can do the testing on MA to develop baselines, but if somebody else already has it, then I can move on to comparisons. Seems the 20/50 and 50/200 crosses are pretty standard, but curious if anyone has refined those for better results.

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