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When it comes to foreign exchange trading or electronic trading, you immediately have a picture in your mind of a candle pattern, flashing data.
In addition, there are various index lines, different colors, different trajectories.
They look very mysterious and complicated.
In fact, the trend of the market is not in their hands, they just lag behind the k-line indicators.
Today we'll learn more about them and unlock their secrets.

Moving Average: a friend doing foreign exchange trading can choose the "Moving Average" in the technical indicators of the MT4 platform, which is the Moving Average.
The moving average, also known as the moving average, is a curve that takes the sum of the closing prices over a period of time and divides it by the number of cycles.
For example, in the 4H line, MA21 means the closing price within four hours divided by 21. Its function is to follow the trend, describe the change of the past and current situation, and follow the trend to continue.

Next, we will look at the use of the moving average. First of all, in foreign exchange transactions, when the market rises, the short-term moving average breaks through the medium and long-term moving average from the bottom up. The cross region formed is called the golden cross.
The gold fork is a sign that the market will go up and the dead fork is a sign that the market may go down.
However, there are no 100% correct technical indicators in foreign exchange transactions, and the intersection does not represent the best entry point, because there may also be fraudulent lines which are common in foreign exchange investment.

In fact, RSI was first used in futures trading. Later, it was found that the theory and practice of strong and weak indicators were also applicable in the foreign exchange trading in many graphs and analyses.
The RSI principle is simply a numerical calculation of the strength of buyers and sellers.
For example, there are 100 people facing a commodity. If more than 50 people buy it, the price of the commodity will rise.
On the contrary, if more than 50 people struggle to sell, the price falls naturally.

In foreign exchange transactions, the RSI index ranges from 0 to 100. Usually, the activity range of RSI ranges from 30 to 70. If it reaches the range of 80 to 90, it is called overbought.
A fall below 30 would represent overselling and the market would pick up.

Of course, here are a brief introduction to the meaning and use of indicators.
Any indicator in foreign exchange trading is lagging behind the K line, and the indicator is only an indicator of the wind direction. The most important thing is that the investors have their own opinions on foreign exchange market and their own established trading model.