How to check KDJ index for crude oil investment?


KDJ random index, with its comprehensive momentum concept, strong and weak index and moving average, was used in futures investment in the early years, and its function is quite significant. At present, it is one of the most commonly used indicators in the stock market. It is also common for crude oil investment to judge the market price. So,How to check KDJ index for crude oil investmentWhat about it?

1、 Position to rise signal

1. When the KDJ curve breaks through 80 upward, if the KDJ curve has been running in the area above 80, it means that the crude oil price is in a strong upward trend, which is the signal of position waiting to rise issued by KDJ index. If the crude oil price also relies on the medium and short-term moving average, the position signal is more obvious. At this time, investors should firmly short-term positions to rise.

2. When the three curves of KDJ curve run upward at the same time, it shows that the crude oil price is in a strong upward market, which is also the signal of KDJ's position waiting to rise. As long as the K line and j line in the KDJ index do not fall below the D line, and the operation direction of the D line is always upward, investors can hold positions all the way.

2、 Hold oil watch signal

1. When the KDJ curve breaks through 50 downward, if the KDJ curve has been running in the area below 50, it means that the crude oil price is in a weak downward market, which is the signal of holding and waiting to rise issued by the KDJ index. If the crude oil price is also suppressed by the medium and short-term moving average, this kind of observation signal is more obvious. At this point, investors should firmly hold the wait-and-see.

2. If the three curves diverge downward at the same time, it means that the crude oil price is in a weak falling market, which is also a wait-and-see signal from KDJ index. At this time, investors should firmly hold crude oil and wait and see. This signal is more obvious. At this time, investors should firmly hold short-term to rise.

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