Stochastic

Stochastic

Stochastic indicator evaluates the market’s momentum and compares the current price with a price range between the high and low during the chosen time period. Stochastic is measured in % from 0 to 100. The indicator is represented by 2 lines: the main %K (solid green line) and the supplementary %D (red dashed line). %D is the moving average of %K. Buy when % K (green) crosses % D (red) from the bottom up below or near 20. Sell ​​when % K crosses % D top down above or near 80.

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