Triple Moving Average Crossover

A Triple Moving Average Crossover is a bullish signal, indicating that price may rise.

During the time frame represented by a moving average period, price is typically in an established trend (bullish or bearish).

Moving averages are used to smooth out fluctuations or "noise" in a price series, making it easier to spot underlying trends.

By plotting the average price of the last few candles, the line is more "volatile" than plotting the actual price.

In the triple crossover method, when the faster moving average crosses the middle moving average , and in turn crosses the slower moving average A bullish signal is generated when .

In this state, the price may be in an established upward trend.

The opposite happens when faster moving average crosses The intermediate moving average in turn crosses the slower moving average ., triggering a bearish event.

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