The Moving Average page provides details about the 10 moving averages used by Finscreener.org (five simple and five exponential). Current data for the indicator is displayed, along with a recommendation, buy, sell or neutral. These same recommendations are calculated across six different time frames - ranging from 15 minutes to weekly - to give traders a full price-action picture. To make things manageable, Finscreener.org allows users to filter for various instruments to trade, but these filters vary depending on the market being analysed. It is also possible to input individual tickers. If you cannot view these filters, try clicking the “down arrow” in the upper right of the screen to reveal them. It is also possible to explore the 15 different markets such as S&P 500, DOW 30, NASDAQ 100, Russell 1000, ETFs, EU stocks, all the US Markets, OTC, Cryptocurrencies, Forex, Commodities and more. Finally, clicking on the “hand icon” in the upper right allows registered users to save, export, import and backtest ideas.
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