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 Overbought Signal

This signal is based on Slow Stochastics (5,3). When Slow Stochastics %K (5) goes above its 80 range the signal occurs after Slow Stochastics %D (3) is crossed down (Bearish) by Slow Stochastics %K (5) and Slow Stochastics %K (5) has also moved below its 80.

Oversold Signal

This signal is based on Slow Stochastics (5,3). When Slow Stochastics %K (5) goes below its 20 range the signal occurs after Slow Stochastics %D (3) is crossed up (Bullish) by Slow Stochastics %K (5) and Slow Stochastics %K (5) has also moved above its 20.

The purpose of these signals are to alert traders that a market opportunity based on their preferences may soon occur. MACD (8,17,9) is a very useful indicator when used in combination with Slow Stochastics (5,3). Oversold and Overbought Signals are depicted by the blue arrows in the below graphic.  Click on the graphic for a more thorough explanation.

Overbought and Oversold Signals ($7.99/mo.)

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