Good and straight-to-the point video for a simple trading technique. I have a question about your choice of a sell signal though. It’s of course clear why one would chose a quicker moving average (in this case the 15MA crossing below the 25MA) for exiting the trade before it’s too late, however wouldn’t one run into the same issue of a possible false sell signal (due to lots of noise and/or sideways action) as ie when using the 15MA crossing over the 25MA for a buy signal? What I mean is, if you sell when the 15MA crosses below the 25MA and the security never reaches the 50MA and ie bounces back over the 25MA to continue it’s upwards trajectory, wouldn’t you have exited the trade too early? What if the stock price rise continues for weeks, months or even years without another buy signal (15MA crossing above 50MA)? Not questioning the strategy at all, just thinking of there would another simple sell signal indicator/parameter to either replace or complement the 15MA/25M crossing trigger.
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