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Gaz688

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Hello.
I'm currently learning about spread betting using an IG demo spread betting account. I can't find anyway of adding envelopes to simple moving averages or EMA. does anyone know how to add envelopes or do I have to use an alternative such as Bollinger?

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On 30/04/2020 at 11:22, Gaz688 said:

Hello.
I'm currently learning about spread betting using an IG demo spread betting account. I can't find anyway of adding envelopes to simple moving averages or EMA. does anyone know how to add envelopes or do I have to use an alternative such as Bollinger?

PRT has them available

Understand the differences of MA's compared to volatility based lines/envelopes etc

Jake Bernstein wrote about Moving Average Channels in the 80's/90's - MAC he calls it

Good luck on your journey

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