Exponential Moving Average (EMA): A Pillar of Technical Analysis

Exponential moving averages (EMA) are designed to analyze financial instruments’ price movement. The difference between EMAs and other moving averages is that EMA’s apply a higher value to more recent data points. For example, a 14 day EMA will value the most recent 5 days more than the least recent 5 days of data.Read More

Swing Trading: Use Technical Analysis to Develop a Trading System

Swing trading is a speculative investment strategy where traders hold positions for between one and 7 days. This is different than day trading in that you will hold your position longer than one trading session. Swing trading also differs from a buy and hold strategy in that the longest you will hold a position for is 7 days as opposed to an extended period such as years.Read More