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    Setting up 200 Moving Averages.

    Please I would like to know how to set the 200 Moving Average correctly. In applying moving averages, which is the best to use: simple, exponential, smoothed or linear weighted?

    And also, should it be applied to high, low, close, open? Please expert traders share your experience with 200 moving average. Thanks

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    It is very difficult to get 200pips facilities in a day . Because Forex market can not move every day in such , again market is not positive such for a trader , so if a trader can be use such he can be earn huge amount of profit , what he doesn't expect , he can not be use for every day , some time he can be face with loss with about 200pips, so it should be care about the moving, because this is such profitable , such risk able.
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    200 moving average is usually useto determine trend, but you cannot do tradingwith moving everage, you have tofollow another strategy but to confrm trend you may use 200EMA, if you will combine 50 EMA with 200 EMA then you may find much better results, but I usually not follow moving average to make decision as it is not good for ranging market.

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    thank you for the nice topic share but i am not very good about your say so i cannot say any more things about your say, but i say if any one share here very good any things them i am read the share article hope then its very good for me. so many many thank you for the nice information.

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    Drag or click the moving average in the indicator list. Once you see the MA, double click on it for a pop up box. Use tab to get into the parameters column. Enter 200 in the input. save and exit. Now you will see 200 day MA. You can also use other forms of MA as well. The main reason to select other forms of MA (EMA, HMA etc.,) is to reduce the lag. With a 200-day EMA in place, you will get a buy/sell signal approximately 30-40 ticks before SMA on a chart. If you wish to identify reversals, use HMA (hull moving average) where the lag is almost nil. Always use the 'close'. Only those who use multiple indicators with complex algorithms prefer open or high for their MA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antosco View Post
    And also, should it be applied to high, low, close, open? Please expert traders share your experience with 200 moving average. Thanks
    About averages i will say the that it is reliable indicator of trend but the problem with averages is that it is lagging indicator, and you can only use to confirm the uptrend and downtrend strength, and for trend reversal you should use some more indicator.

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    well i make use of moving average but i don't know much about the 200 moving average well if only you can give more information with a clear picture that i think will surely go a very long way , i just hope you get this and get back to me as soon as you can because i don't think i can ever trade without moving average

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5starsabuj View Post
    It is very difficult to get 200pips facilities in a day . Because Forex market can not move every day in such , again market is not positive such for a trader , so if a trader can be use such he can be earn huge amount of profit , what he doesn't expect , he can not be use for every day , some time he can be face with loss with about 200pips, so it should be care about the moving, because this is such profitable , such risk able.
    @5starsabuj I didn't ask for 200 pips on a daily basis what I asked for is how one can correctly use the moving average indicator efficiently by using the 200 MA in a way that it would yield higher profit. I learned that it can be used to determine change in trend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antosco View Post
    Please I would like to know how to set the 200 Moving Average correctly. In applying moving averages, which is the best to use: simple, exponential, smoothed or linear weighted?

    And also, should it be applied to high, low, close, open? Please expert traders share your experience with 200 moving average. Thanks


    hi my friend,to waiting 200 moving average give a signal are to long,here my advice to you with my chart also,just used exponential MA and setting the number to 62 and apply to close,from my chart you can see this MA can be resistance or support also at 1h timeframe

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    Some of the primary functions of a moving average are to identify trends and reversals, measure the strength of an asset's momentum and determine potential areas where an asset will find support or resistance. In this section we will point out how different time periods can monitor momentum and how moving averages can be beneficial in setting stop-losses. Furthermore, we will address some of the capabilities and limitations of moving averages that one should consider when using them as part of a trading routine.

    Trend
    Identifying trends is one of the key functions of moving averages, which are used by most traders who seek to "make the trend their friend". Moving averages are lagging indicators, which means that they do not predict new trends, but confirm trends once they have been established. As you can see in Figure 1, a stock is deemed to be in an uptrend when the price is above a moving average and the average is sloping upward. Conversely, a trader will use a price below a downward sloping average to confirm a downtrend. Many traders will only consider holding a long position in an asset when the price is trading above a moving average. This simple rule can help ensure that the trend works in the traders' favor.

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