Exponential moving average

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Another moving average that is often used when evaluating potential stocks is the exponential moving average (EMA). EMAs are different from the simple moving averages that we have discussed in that they are exponentially weighted towards recent...




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An exponential moving average is a variant of the simple moving average calculation which assigns more weight to the most recent data points in the average, making the moving average more responsive to recent changes in stock price.

Exponential moving averages are used in MACD technical analysis.

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