Futures Moving Averages

Timeframe:
SymbolSMA5SMA10SMA20SMA50SMA100SMA200
Dow Jones 3015956.8
Sell
15969.6
Sell
15967.4
Sell
15963.8
Sell
15926.9
Buy
15915.0
Buy
S&P 5001850.10
Sell
1851.59
Sell
1851.22
Sell
1850.08
Sell
1845.41
Buy
1843.75
Buy
DAX8913.3
Sell
8923.7
Sell
8923.3
Sell
8907.5
Buy
8884.2
Buy
8895.0
Buy
CAC 404008.2
Sell
4013.2
Sell
4012.7
Sell
4003.8
Buy
3994.9
Buy
4006.8
Sell
Nikkei 22515968.2
Sell
16046.8
Sell
16095.0
Sell
16100.7
Sell
16034.2
Sell
16080.3
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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