Simple Moving Average

Simple Moving Average also referred to as SMA is usually measured as 10, 20, 30 or 50 time periods dividend by the total number of time periods.

Market Direction And Trading Longer-Term Moving Averages

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Market Direction And Trading Longer-Term Moving Averages

Market Direction over the past few days remains choppy at best and despite analysts best guesses no one can actually predict with any degree of certainty whether the stock market direction is putting in a second top here or can break free and move considerably higher. I have often said that market direction is the most important aspect of trading options but often it’s tough to know the overall market direction with any degree of certainty. Even if the market direction should pick up and…

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Moving Averages Trading Using The 10-20-30 Rule

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Moving Averages Trading Using The 10-20-30 Rule

Moving averages trading is a concept of trying to time the trend of the underlying security to pick movements up and down in the security to profit by that trend. When using option strategies for income, applying moving averages trading can be especially profitable. This article examines using the 10 day simple moving average in combination with the 20 and 30 day exponential moving averages to time put selling opportunities in stocks. By using the 10-20-30 day moving averages trading strategy an investor can time…

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