MACD Strategy

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MACD Strategy


   Usage of the MACD/OsMA Indicator 



The MACD/OsMA indicator consists of three lines:

  • MACD
  • Signal Line
  • OsMA

The Moving Average Convergence/Divergence indicator (MACD) shows the difference between the exponential Moving Averages with the periods of 12 and 26.

The Signal line is the 9-period moving average of the indicator. It helps to define the suitable moments to open a buy or a sell position.

The Moving Average of Oscillator (OsMA) shows the difference between the MACD and its Signal Line.

In a strategy it is reasonable to open a sell position when the MACD falls below its Signal Line (sometimes — when it falls below zero), and to open a buy position when it rises above the Signal Line (or rises above zero).






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