Asquestions Co-Author Cape Coast, Ghana 218 Questions 80 Answers 14 Best Answers 1k Points View Profile 0 Asquestions Co-AuthorEndowed Professor Asked: August 6, 20212021-08-06T21:57:55+00:00 2021-08-06T21:57:55+00:00In: Forex Trading What Is The Use Of Indicators Like RSI And MACD? 0 What Is The Use Of Indicators Like RSI And MACD? what is the use of indicators like rsi and macd? Share Facebook 0 Answers Voted Oldest Recent Barnabas 4 Questions 13 Answers 0 Best Answers 5 Points View Profile Barnabas 2021-08-07T13:53:45+00:00Added an answer on August 7, 2021 at 1:53 pm What Is The Use Of Indicators Like RSI And MACD? Let consider the use of both indicators below so that you can trade with it and make profits out of it. I also encourage you to pay attention in reading all the instructions giving below. Although both are considered as indicators of momentum, the MACD measures the relationship between the two EMAs, while the RSI measures price changes in the case of recent price highs and lows. These two indicators are often used together to provide analysts with a complete technical picture of a market. MACD MACD is primarily used to evaluate the movement of stock prices. It does this by measuring the deviation of two exponential moving averages (EMAs), typically 12-period EMAs and 26-period EMAs. A MACD line is created by subtracting the 26-term EMA from the 12-term EMA, and a line showing the nine-time EMA of this calculation is plotted based on the histogram of the MACD. A zero line returns a positive or negative value for the MACD. Basically, a larger separation between the 12-time EMA and the 26-time EMA shows market dynamics, either up or down. Relative strength indicator (RSI) The purpose of the RSI is to indicate whether the market is considered overbought or oversold compared to recent price points. RSI calculates the average price gain and loss over a period of time; The default period is 14 periods. RSI values are plotted on a scale of 0 to 100. Prices above 70 are considered an indicator of a buy market higher than recent price points, and values below 30 indicate an oversold market. At a more general level, readings above 50 are defined as bullish and readings below 50 are defined as bearish. The purpose of the RSI is to indicate whether the market is considered overbought or oversold compared to recent price points. RSI calculates the average price gain and loss over a period of time; The default period is 14 periods which are of limited value from 0 to 100. The MCD measures the relationship between the two EMAs, the RSI measures the recent price highs, and the price changes from the low. These two indicators are often used together to provide analysts with a more complete technical picture of the market. Both of these indicators measure the dynamics of a market, but because they measure different factors, they sometimes indicate the opposite. For example, the RSI may show a reading above 70 for an extended period, indicating that a market is very broad in the long run compared to recent prices, while the MACD indicates that the market has been steadily gaining momentum in the long run. Either indicating a difference from the price of the index could signal an impending trend change (prices continue to rise as the index reads, or vice versa). 0 Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp You must login to can add an answer. Username or email* Password* Remember Me! Forgot Password?