Moving Average Crossover occurs when, on plotting two moving averages each based on different degrees of smoothing, the traces of these moving averages cross.
It does not predict future direction but shows trends. This indicator uses two moving averages, a slower moving average and a faster-moving average. A short term moving average is faster because it only considers prices over a short period of time and is thus more reactive to daily price changes. On the other hand, a long term moving average is deemed slower as it encapsulates prices over a longer period and is more lethargic. However, it tends to smooth out price noises which are often reflected in short term moving averages.
1.0.0 (June 12, 2020) - Released
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