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H
BestScopePeriodSample%ChangeS&P500
1
+IndustryWeekTop 5
3.17%
-0.63%
-IndustryYearLast 5
-7.72%
13.32%
5
+IndustryWeekTop 5
1.74%
0.35%
-IndustryYearLast 5
0.13%
14.27%
A
+IndustryWeekTop 10
1.14%
0.15%
-GlobalYearLast 25
5.9%
8.27%

MACD

The Moving Average Convergence Divergence or MACD indicator can show bullish/bearish momentum in a stock. The MACD is calculated by using the difference between two EMA (Exponential Moving Averages) – a 26 Days EMA (or slow EMA) and a 12 Days EMA (fast EMA), and then we add a “signal” line by calculating a 9 Day EMA of the MACD itself. This indicator shows the difference between the MACD line and signal line – when the MACD is below the signal line, it is considered a bearish signal and vice versa.



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