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LONG TERM MORE THAN 3 MONTH WITH
USING APPLICATION THE SHIFT AND THE PERIOD IN
SMA FOR EMA

Continuing for writing for the other parts from Simple Moving
Average (SMA), most the traders use like Exponential Moving Average (EMA). This
indicator is very simple, and we can use for the Shift and the Period like been
explained in the before Article (Simple Moving Average (SMA), for instance for
trading monthly, with Pips (Lot) equals 2, the best period we can use it is
12), so only one way for looking more the Period and the Shift in EMA?
Ussualy, the general Formula for EMA as below
EMA = Pr + {C *
(Price Now- Pr)}
where,
EMA = Exponential
Moving Average
Pr = The Previous
Period Exponential Moving Average
C = The Smoothing Constant,
where is derived from the time period selected by individual, and ussualy
following with the C = 2/n+1, where n is the period selected.

Furthermore, for
explaining how to look for “Pr” depends on the assumption what we make, take a
look for the example below.

Example 1 :
We make for Pr = 50,
so with the monthly Trading. Based on the before Article, for one month
Trading, we can choose n=12, so tha…
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MrSami 14 Apr.

Nice subject... Good luck

## Shift and Period for Moving Average Indicator

Posted 6 Apr. in #Ema #Sma #Indicator #Moving Average Indicator #Forex Indicator
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Moving Average Indicator
A moving average is a simple but very handy
to indicate volatility as well as determining
the underlying trend. And Ussualy, this indicator is the simplest way for
using, and 100% in MetaTrader 4 or 5 and there’s a Moving Average Indicator.
For the new traders, maybe they don’t know what
indicator is, but for the traders, they have known this Indicator, but mostly,
they are still two of minds how this indicator for using, and in this article,
let me give my opinions how to use it indicator use with the rightly way.
Before talking further, we must know that, in
Moving Average Indicator there are several variations of moving averages:
Simple, Exponential and Weighted. In this part I will explain one, how to use
this indicator, like Simple Moving Average, and the next for Exponential and
Weighted will be Analogue for using as will be explaining at Simple Moving
Average.
Simple Moving Average (SMA). SMA, is  A simple moving
average is calculated by adding together the closing prices of a currency pair
over certain period of time, and then dividing the total by the number of data
points involved. And ussualy SMA is the …