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200 day MA?

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Is there a 200 day MA available in indicators (when I add 'moving average' it to my chart it gives 20, 50 and 100 only)?

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Hi ,  If you hover the mouse over the MA 20 50 100 (bottom left of chart) it will highlight, just click and an options box will appear.

 

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Thank you Caseynotes ... embarrassingly easy but I needed to be told! 

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no worries, took me 2 seconds and saved you some frustration, glad to help.

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