Why should gold futures understand K-line chart? How to use MACD index in gold futures?

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Gold futures is futures. Just as stock investment needs to open an account in a securities company, gold futures trading needs to open a futures account in a futures company. The whole process of futures trading can be summarized as opening, holding, closing or physical delivery. This requires investors in the investment process must be able to understand the K-line chart; similarly, the application of MACD moving average in gold futures can help investors predict the trend, which is very important.


At present, the pricing power of the international gold futures market is mainly dominated by the U.S. gold market and London gold market. The domestic gold price is determined according to the international gold price, and there is a very high correlation between the international gold price and the domestic gold price.


In the investment of gold futures, the first thing is to understand the K-line chart of gold futures. The current K-line chart of gold futures can be subdivided into five minute K-line chart, 15 minute K-line chart, 30 minute K-line chart, 60 minute K-line chart, daily K-line chart, weekly K-line chart, monthly K-line chart and 45 day K-line chart.


The K-line chart analysis of gold futures is the same as the trend chart analysis of stock. It mainly depends on the changes of market and price. The changes of gold price are related to the market.


How to use MACD in gold futures


MACD, proposed by Gerald Appel, is not only a trend tracking tool, but also a market momentum indicator (shock indicator). MACD reflects the gap between a fast exponential moving average and a slow exponential moving average. An index moving average is a weighted moving average that usually gives greater weight to the recent price performance. How to apply MACD in gold futures?


If it is used as an indicator of volatility on and off the zero line, MACD can show the trend of overbought and oversold. When both lines are below zero, the market is oversold (buy signal), and when both lines are above zero, the market is overbought (sell signal). A bullish divergence will occur when the MACD reaches a new high and the gold futures price fails to reach a new high. When they happen at the level of relative overbought / oversold, these signals are extremely serious. When using MACD index for deviation analysis, weekly chart is more reliable than daily chart.


In most futures technical analysis software, the columnar line is colored, below the 0 axis is green, above the 0 axis is red, the former indicates the trend downward, the latter indicates the trend upward, the longer the columnar line, the stronger the trend.


1. When DIF and DEA are above 0 axis, they belong to the bull market.


2. When DIF and DEA are below 0 axis, they belong to short market.


3. The columnar line shrinks and enlarges.


4. Form and deviation.


5. The index in the bull market will be distorted.

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