MOVING AVERAGE FORMULAS AND STRATEGY GUIDE
In this booklet, John Person reviews and covers:
- What is a Moving Average?
- How many types of moving averages are there to use.
- How to calculate a moving average.
- Which inputs to average?
- Time dimensions for moving averages.
- Cross over signals.
- Moving average channels.
- Filters on moving average signals using Stochastics, MACD and other indicators.
- Use of Fibonacci as moving average settings.
- Use of Pivot Points as a moving average system.
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