How to play KDJ and MACD indicators?

KDJ index
KDJ and MACD are common indicators in foreign exchange investment. KDJ is the leading indicator, which is usually used in short-term operation; while MACD is the deviation of average market cost, which can reflect the overall trend of the middle line. The combination of the two can more accurately determine the short-term fluctuation of foreign exchange price. How to play KDJ and MACD indicators?
KDJ index is also called random index. It is represented by K line, D line and j line on the chart. This index considers the highest price and the lowest price in the calculation period, and also takes into account the random amplitude in the stock price fluctuation. Therefore, people think that the random index can reflect the fluctuation of stock price more truly, and its hint function is more obvious.
According to the value of KDJ, it can be divided into several regions, namely overbought area, oversold area and wandering area.
According to the general division standard, K, D, J value below 20 is the oversold area, which is the buying signal;
K. D, J these three values above 80 for overbought area, is selling signal;
K. The value of D and j between 20 and 80 is a wandering area, so we should wait and see.
MACD index, also known as exponential smooth similarity and difference average, belongs to general trend index. It consists of five parts: long-term average MACD, short-term line DIF, red energy column (bull), green energy column (short end), and O-axis (multi space boundary).
When MACD is above the 0 axis and moves upward, it generally indicates that the market is in a rising trend, which is a rising signal;
When MACD is below the 0 axis and moves downward, it generally indicates that the market is in a downward trend, which is a downward signal;
When MACD is above the 0 axis but moves downward, it generally means that the rising market encounters a short-term correction, and in a short time it is a downward signal;
When MACD is above the 0 axis but moves upward, it generally means that the falling market encounters a short-term correction, and in a short time, it is a rising signal:
When the column is above the 0 axis and continues to enlarge, it indicates that the market is in the rising stage, which is the rising signal;
When the column is below the 0 axis and continues to enlarge, it indicates that the market is in the down stage, which is the down signal;
When the column is above the 0 axis and begins to decrease gradually, it means that the market will be dominated by the downward trend, which is a downward signal;
When the column is below the 0 axis and begins to decrease gradually, it means that the market will be dominated by the rising trend, which is a rising signal;
When the column gradually decreases from the top of the 0-axis to the bottom of the 0-axis, it indicates that the market is about to reverse, which is a downward signal;
Top deviation: when the trend of the exchange rate is higher than one peak (with a gradual upward trend), and the curve of MACD is lower (with a gradual downward trend), it is a downward signal;
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Bottom deviation: when the trend of the exchange rate is lower than the bottom (with a gradual downward trend), and the curve of MACD is higher than the bottom (with a gradual upward trend), it is an upward signal

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