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Guppy Multiple Moving Average

Creator: Daryl Guppy

Group 1: 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, and 15 periods

Group 2: 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, and 60 periods.

It identifies the change in trend of the price of a security by combining two groups of exponential moving averages with different time periods.

It consists of a short-term group of moving averages containing six short-term moving averages. Six long-term moving averages would be included in the group of long-term moving averages.

According to Gupply, the default short-term and long-term averages are listed above.

As a result, 12 moving averages are plotted together as a Gupply Moving Average indicator.

Short-term averages moving above long-term averages indicate the possibility of a strong upward trend. In contrast, when the short-term group of averages falls below the long-term group of averages, it indicates the possibility of a strong downward trend.

According to Guppy, the GMMA provides advance warning of impending trend changes.

The high distance between the short-term and long-term averages indicates a strong trend. Converging lines, on the other hand, show a weak trend and high volatility.

Overall, trending moving averages show the strong upward trend when the short-term group is above the long-term group. A strong downtrend is evident when the short-term moving average is below the long-term moving average. Overlapping moving averages indicate a consolidation or volatile market trend.

The indicator table value in TradePoint & RZone also provides you with a list of all values of this indicator for any group of stocks. This will allow you to compare the readings of this indicator across different stocks.

This indicator is also available in the System Builder of RZone & TradePoint for all charting methods. Using the system builder, you can develop various strategies based on the different conditions already present in this indicator. Additionally, it can be used with other indicators or price patterns to develop effective trading strategies. For any group of stocks and market segments, you can scan and backtest stocks based on those strategies.

The indicator is applicable to all types of charting. Calculated based on the number of columns on P&F charts, bricks on Renko charts, lines on Line-break charts, candles on Heikin ashi charts, and lines on Kagi charts. While the formula and reading of the indicators remain the same, they become more dynamic on these charts.

 

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