Commodities Exponential Moving Averages

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SymbolEMA5EMA10EMA20EMA50EMA100EMA200
Gold1121.66
Sell
1121.79
Sell
1121.71
Sell
1121.18
Sell
1121.30
Sell
1121.93
Sell
Silver14.568
Buy
14.560
Buy
14.553
Buy
14.555
Buy
14.582
Sell
14.616
Sell
Copper2.314
Sell
2.316
Sell
2.317
Sell
2.318
Sell
2.324
Sell
2.335
Sell
Crude Oil45.79
Sell
45.85
Sell
45.93
Sell
46.05
Sell
46.15
Sell
46.29
Sell
Natural Gas2.657
Buy
2.657
Buy
2.656
Buy
2.660
Sell
2.668
Sell
2.676
Sell
US Wheat468.09
Sell
468.26
Sell
468.10
Sell
467.73
Sell
467.29
Sell
468.39
Sell

Moving Averages Info

A “Moving Average” is an indicator which removes the “noise” from a chart by smoothing it. It makes it easier to see a pattern forming over time and helps predict future prices. There are several types of “Moving Average” indicators, one “smoother” than the other. The smoother the moving average line the less detailed the picture that is formed and the slower to react to price movement. The “Simple Moving Average Indicator” doesn’t take spikes into account and therefore does not give as accurate a picture as the “Exponential Moving Average”.

 
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