How To Use A Moving Average Crossover To Buy Stocks (Swing Trading Strategy for

When trading stocks, traders often use the sma simple moving average, ema exponential moving average, 50 week moving average, 20 day moving average, monthly moving average or three month moving average, trying to find the perfect crossover strategy.

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• How to use moving average in stock trading and what are the best moving average settings – moving average explained
• How to swing trade stocks using moving average crossovers – swing trading for beginners
• When to use moving average and on what time frames are useful – moving average period
• How to trade moving average trends on higher time frames – moving averages for swing trading
• How to make money online trading stocks and Forex market using moving averages
• Which moving average to use on the h4 and d1 charts (simple moving average vs exponential moving average)
• A simple moving average crossover trading strategy to buy stocks including 200 MA strategy and 20 day moving average (best moving average strategy for higher time frames)
• What are the most useful moving averages and how to correctly use MAs for swing trading

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41 thoughts on “How To Use A Moving Average Crossover To Buy Stocks (Swing Trading Strategy for”

  1. You are right. I find they don’t work on lower time frames. I find I was more successful when I used them on higher timeframes e.g. Daily, weekly or anything above a 4 timeframes.

  2. Your example of how it wouldn't work in a choppy market isn't true. Those are all winning trades if you're trading futures and taking a 4-5 tick profit. That's an easy $300+ in the chart with that method.

  3. 20 EMA with 10 EMA is good combination it works well, but you need to understand it works well when you only pick trades with trend, suppose if it's a down trand you only have to take sell positions on cross overs, & best time frame is one hour!

  4. Brother I made a combination of 2 moving average which actually works great , if I share you this strategy can you please check it on the chart and confirm the success ratio ??

  5. Thanks for the video and I have a question to ask. Let's say I would like to find stocks that the 20 week moving averages just crossed over their 40 weeks moving averages BUT I only can use daily moving averages to search? No the question is what would be the equivalent daily moving average numbers to use that as a result I find stocks showing the 20/40 cross overs on their weekly charts. I hope this question is clear enough. Any comments welcome!

  6. moving averages don't always work very promising, I've suffered thru this before, however, we still need MAs to make trading decisions.,that's important hint for each begginer

  7. The problem I see is, the break-out from a ranging to a trending market is almost always preceded by a crossover. But, you never know WHICH crossover will be, "the one". So, you have to wait until the trend is well established before entering. At this point, the crossover is useless because you can SEE the trend and have no need for the crossover. A simple trend line can tell you if it's in a trend, making the crossover a moot point.

  8. Sir have prepared a Superduper Indicator which combines Donchian Channel indicator, VWAP, VWMA , 50 EMA, Hull Moving Average of 21 periods along with Heineken Ashi candle stick Chart pattern for intraday trading this strategy works excellent for all segments like Forex, Equity and Commodities Trading ???

  9. When trading on a short term basis, wouldn’t it be more helpful to just look at the EMA? I’m just now starting to learn about technical analysis indicators but from my understanding EMA tracks price change at a faster rate than a regular moving average which is why I figured I’d ask.

  10. anyone have tips when changing timeframes? you see a divergence on a 1hr you go down a timeframe and the whole chart changes. you see a the 200ema being used as mojor support on the 4hr you go to the 1hr or 30min to execute trade and the whole 200ema is on a different area. does anyone else get confused with that?

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