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8/28/2002 8:37:20 AM

Moving Average (Exponential)

DescriptionSimilar to the simple moving average, the exponential moving average computes the average share price of a stock. Instead of computing a simple average, the ema uses previous values of the ema along with a smoothing factor to compute the average price.
Fetcher[EMA(15) crossed below EMA(50)]

Fetcher[Price crossed above the EMA(10) and the EMA(10) is below the EMA(50)]

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