The Crossing EMA Strategy

30 May, 2019

05 June 11:00 AM GMT

Join Stuart as he explains this straightforward moving average based strategy that can be applied to trending charts in multiple timeframes. In this informative session, he will be explaining how to use this strategy when trading intraday, how to set your stop losses and more:

  • The EMA’s simple trend following approach
  • Using key oscillators and momentum indicators for target and stop loss settings
  • Candle size, wicks and probability

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