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Understand Indicators: MACD - Part 4
By Dr. John Keppler   

In Part 4 of our look at the MACD, we will take a look at Momentum and Price Divergences. Let's take a look at a chart of AAPL to see an example of a divergence between momentum and price and how this leading indicator can give us an insight into future trading of this product.



To view Part 5 of this series on the MACD, Click Here

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