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How do the MACD and RSI indicators differ?

- The moving average convergence divergence (MACD) indicator and the relative strength index (RSI) are two popular momentum indicators used by technical analysts and day traders. While they both provide signals to traders, they operate differently. The primary difference lies in what each is designed to measure.

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-The MACD and RSI are both popular technical indicators that track price momentum of a stock or other security.

-MACD is calculated by subtracting the 26-period EMA from the 12-period EMA, and triggers --technical signals when it crosses above (to buy) or below (to sell) its signal line.

-The RSI compares bullish and bearish price momentum plotted against the graph of an asset's price, where signals are considered overbought when the indicator is above 70% and oversold when the indicator is below 30%.

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The RSI and MACD are both trend-following momentum indicators that show the relationship between two moving averages of a security’s price. The MACD is calculated by subtracting the 26-period EMA from the 12-period EMA. The result of that calculation is the MACD line. A nine-day EMA of the MACD called the "signal line," is then plotted on top of the MACD line, which can function as a trigger for buy and sell signals. Traders may buy the security when the MACD crosses above its signal line and sell, or short, the security when the MACD crosses below the signal line.
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Q-What are the options strategies basic to advanced?

-Beginners prefer trading strategies like long call, long put, short put, covered call, and protective put options. The advanced options trading strategies include short call, short straddle, short strangle, short combination, long straddle, long strangle, and long combination trading.

Q- How to learn basic option trading?

-You can get started trading options by opening an account, choosing to buy or sell puts or calls, and choosing an appropriate strike price and timeframe. Generally speaking, call buyers and put sellers profit when the underlying stock rises in value. Put buyers and call sellers profit when it falls.

Q- Which option trading is best?

-Straddle is considered one of the best Option Trading Strategies for Indian Market. A Long Straddle is possibly one of the easiest market-neutral trading strategies to execute. The direction of the market's movement after it has been applied has no bearing on profit and loss.

Options Trading for Beginners

Options are a form of derivative contract that gives buyers of the contracts (the option holders) the right (but not the obligation) to buy or sell a security at a chosen price at some point in the future. Option buyers are charged an amount called a premium by the sellers for such a right. Should market prices be unfavorable for option holders, they will let the option expire worthless and not exercise this right, ensuring that potential losses are not higher than the premium. On the other hand, if the market moves in the direction that makes this right more valuable, it makes use of it.

Options are generally divided into "call" and "put" contracts. With a call option, the buyer of the contract purchases the right to buy the underlying asset in the future at a predetermined price, called exercise price or strike price. With a put option, the buyer acquires the right to sell the underlying asset in the future at the predetermined price.

Let's take a look at some basic strategies that a beginner investor can use with calls or puts to limit their risk. The first two involve using options to place a direction bet with a limited downside if the bet goes wrong. The others involve hedging strategies laid on top of existing positions.

How To Become a Professional Trader :

Learn the trading basics. ...
Learn the advanced basics. ...
Develop trading systems and techniques. ...
Gain trading experience. ...
Consider paper trading. ...
Choose a reliable broker. ...
Learn to focus. ...
Understand risk management.

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