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 Online Currency Trading In NAMAKKAL, Online Forex Trading NAMAKKAL, Forex Scams NAMAKKAL, Forex Class NAMAKKAL,  Learn Forex  Namakkal Technical Analysis Part III-Section III: Moving Average Convergence-Divergence (MACD) Section III: Moving Average Convergence-Divergence (MACD)   Online Currency Trading In NAMAKKAL, Online Forex Trading NAMAKKAL, Forex Scams NAMAKKAL, Forex Class NAMAKKAL,  Learn Forex  Namakkal The MACD charts the difference between two exponential moving averages (a longer period EMA subtracted to a short period MA). The most common settings applied to MACD are 26 periods EMA and a 12 period EMA. The MACD is positive when the EMA(12) is above the EMA(26) indicating that the rate of change of the shorter period MA is higher than the longer period MA and this indicates positive momentum. On the other hand, it is negative when the EMA(12) is below the EMA(26), the rate of change of the shorter period MA is lower than the longer period MA indicating negative momentum. These values are then plotted in a histogram. MACD Usage Usage No. 1 – As an oscillator indicating overbought/oversold conditions. An overbought condition indicates that the instrument has been bought all the way up, and a probable short term reversal is very likely to happen. An oversold condition […]