MACD in Review: Shares of Phototron Holdings Inc (PHOT) Under … – Nelson Research

Moving average convergence divergence (MACD) is a trend-following momentum indicator that helps illustrate a relationship between two differing moving averages.  MACD is calculated by subtracting the twenty-six-day exponential moving average (EMA) from the twelve-day EMA.  A “signal line”, the nine-day EMA of the MACD, is then plotted atop the MACD, acting as a “trigger” for both buy and sell signals.  The first method to interpret MACD is “Crossovers”.  When the MACD falls underneath the signal line, it is bearish, meaning that it is probably the right time to sell.  When the MACD goes above the signal line, the indicator is bullish, meaning that the price of the asset is most likely going to experience upward momentum swing.  The second method is “Divergence”.  When the price of the security diverges from the MACD, it signals the end of the current price trend.  Finally, there is the “Dramatic Rise”, where the MACD experiences a dramatic rise, the signal indicates overbought status and could possibly soon return to more normal levels.

The 9-day difference between a short-term and long-term moving average.  A value above 0 indicates a bullish signal while a value below 0 interprets as a bearish signal.  Phototron Holdings Inc (PHOT)’s 9-Day MACD is 0.0005 and its 14-Day MACD is 0.0006. 

It’s 20-Day MACD is 0.0004, 50-Day MACD is -0.0005 and, finally, it’s 100-Day MACD is -0.0023.

The Open is the start of trading on a securities exchange.  The open indicates the start of an official business day for an exchange, meaning that transactions may begin for the day.  The different exchanges have different opening times.  Phototron Holdings Inc (PHOT) opened at $0.009.  Phototron Holdings Inc (PHOT)’s high, highest trade price for the day, was $0.009. 

Phototron Holdings Inc (PHOT)’s lowest trade price for the day was $0.007.  Phototron Holdings Inc

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