To use the CPMA for generating buy/sell signals, you can look for crossovers of the CPMA and other commonly used moving averages, such as the 9-period EMA, 20-period EMA, 50-period EMA, 100-period EMA, and 200-period EMA, which are also plotted on the chart. When the CPMA crosses above a shorter-term moving average, such as the 9-period EMA or 20-period EMA, it can indicate a potential buy opportunity, while when the CPMA crosses below a shorter-term moving average, it can indicate a potential sell opportunity.
Based on my analysis of BankNifty and Nifty, I have found that the CPMA works best at a length of 21, showing good resistance and support for stocks. Therefore, I recommend using a length of 21 when using the CPMA for generating buy/sell signals.
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