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Mactheriverrat
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msg #128354
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5/6/2016 3:53:08 PM

What moving averages do you like to use to follow trends?



pthomas215
713 posts
msg #128357
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5/6/2016 4:27:00 PM

After listening to a webinar featuring the founder of MACD, he recommended and I now follow a Weekly MACD. a weekly MACD with time frame max puts the current price in context for me.

Mactheriverrat
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msg #128363
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5/6/2016 7:24:28 PM

Weekly MACD you say.

Hmmmm!


Weekly MACD (3,10,16) histogram looks really interesting vs past runners
Just the Histogram. Is very interesting vs stocks trending up as of now. Guess

Just saying!

pthomas215
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msg #128364
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5/6/2016 7:29:06 PM

ha what the hell do I know. learning as I am going. I actually mostly look at macd dips short term and get in for the day, searching for a short spread.



Mactheriverrat
1,105 posts
msg #128365
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5/6/2016 8:45:57 PM

No pun intended! Its a interesting concept. I just to it a little farther.

Mactheriverrat
1,105 posts
msg #128366
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5/6/2016 9:20:12 PM

Submit
Fetcher[
symlist(dyn ,akg , spy,xiv,qqq,sqqq,tqqq,labd,labu,bis ,zbio ,aapl )

draw ema(13)
draw MA(20)
draw MA(50)

draw weekly MACD Fast Line(2,10,16)

Chart-time is 5 months

draw weekly RSI(4)

set{macdema, weekly cema(macd(2,10),16)}
set{ macdfast, weekly macd fast line(2,10,16)}
draw macdfast on plot macdema line at 0
]



Mactheriverrat
1,105 posts
msg #128372
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5/7/2016 11:53:21 AM

Just been playing around with this drawing it on daily chart

draw weekly rsi(2) line at 70
draw weekly rsi(2) line at 50
draw weekly rsi(2) line at 30

Anything above 50 Bullish
Anything below 50 Bearish
and
EMA(9) - watching when price cross above EMA(9)
MA(50) - Long term trend line.



Just saying!

Have a good weekend everyone.

four
3,688 posts
msg #128375
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5/7/2016 4:21:48 PM

of interest?



ibankcoin
12 posts
msg #128452
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5/14/2016 2:25:40 PM

You might be interested in reading Dr. Alexander Elder's book if you haven't already done so. Dr. Elder relies totally on the weekly chart to determine long term trend and thinks a MACD divergence on the weekly chart is the most reliable indicator ever. Of course, not every divergence is good, but Dr. Elder has published information on what to look for. Good stuff.

Mactheriverrat
1,105 posts
msg #128456
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5/14/2016 7:06:37 PM

Interesting!

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