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Momentum

In this article, We learn about “Momentum “.Let’s Go!

The Momentum indicator identifies when price moves up or down and the strength of the move.

Momentum measures the rate of price change, not the actual price change itself.

Momentum is measured by taking price differences consistently over a fixed period of time.

For example, to create a 10-day period momentum line, you would subtract the closing price 10 days ago from the most recent closing price.

Momentum indicator

Momentum and Volume

Momentum can be used to measure the market’s volume.

If the price is changing rapidly (meaning momentum is high), there may be a large number of traders buying or selling the asset to push the price in either direction.

Extremely high or low momentum values ​​are considered signs that an asset is overbought or oversold.

If momentum reaches extremely high levels, the asset is considered overbought.

If momentum reaches extremely low levels, the asset is considered oversold.

When momentum reaches a very low level and then moves quickly upward across the zero line. This signals a buy.

When momentum reaches extremely high levels and then quickly falls below the zero line, it is a sell signal.

How to calculate momentum

Momentum of price is very easy to calculate.

Momentum (M) is the comparison between the current closing price (CP) and the closing price “n” periods ago (CPn).

You determine the value of “n”.

M = CP – CPn

The momentum indicator does not provide much information beyond what can be seen just by looking at the price chart itself.

If the price moves up significantly, this will be visible on the price chart and the momentum indicator.

The momentum indicator can be used to provide trading signals, but it is better used to help Forex traders confirm the validity of trades based on price action such as breakouts or pullbacks.

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