What are the main technical models to analyse a share or fund? (Part 2) T-Advisorpedia 27 November 2015 , No hay comentarios We have already commented some technical models to take into account when you invest (link a post). Moving average and Bollinger bands describe the general trend, but when should I invest or go out? Do I have any signal? There are technical models that specifically report about it. MACD crossover MACD are the initials or “Moving Average Convergence Divergence”. It helps us follow the trend, but mainly to check if it is the right moment to buy or sell. If the fast MACD line crosses below the slow MACD line, it is a signal to buy. Otherwise, if it crosses above, it is a sell-signal. For instance, if we look at the chart, we find that the fast line (green) cut below the slow one (blue). Afterwards, the stock chart shows a positive trend. We discover then a momentum for the security. Relative Strength Index (RSI) This momentum indicator compares the magnitude of recent gains and losses to determine overbought and oversold conditions of an asset. Then a investor can detect quick turns in the security to decide whether he or she has to sell or buy. The RSI expresses as a percentage. If it is over 70%, it is overbought. If it is under 30%, it is oversold. Stochastic crossover It shows the relative position of a closing price to the price range in a certain period. It is used simultaneously with the MACD to detect trends and triggers. In T-Advisor, we show a comparative table of different technical models to indicate if it is the right moment to stay long or out. Technical models are a reference to take decisions about investments, but not the only one. In T-Advisor, we prefer to offer several sources and indicators in a deep report so that investors have a global view about the stock or fund. With the suitable helps, these reports are a definitive compass to select the best assets for a portfolio.