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    Default 10 year chart: MA help


    With the following chart, it has a 10 year history and MA listed up top. As i understand the MA is a market average. Im not sure how to interpret the many values. Can someone educate me please
    Why many values?
    MA offer how many weeks?

    Its from todays marcustoday report.

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    Default Re: 10 year chart: MA help

    MA normally stands for Moving Average so a 20period MA is the average of the price for the last 20 periods, the different pretty coloured lines are different MA periods.

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