Main indicators: 1. RSI Index RSI index is the relative strength index (RSI), which reflects the power contrast between the long and short sides of the market.
The index value fluctuates between 0 and 100. When it is near 20, it indicates that the short side is very strong and has played to the extreme. The oversold signal has appeared and it is not far from the bottom of the price.
Near 80 indicates that the strength of the bulls is very strong, the market is overbought, a short-term top is about to form, and the time to sell may be near.
2. MACD index MACD index reflects the trend and intensity of market price fluctuations.
The index value generally fluctuates between plus and minus 5.
When the index value is positive, it means that the market is long market (bull market).
A negative value indicates a short market (bear market).
When the MACD hovers below 0 for a long time, the indicator gradually improves, once it breaks through 0, it is a buy signal;
When the fast line crosses the slow line bottom-up at 0, it is also a buy signal.
When the MACD hovers above 0 for a long time, the indicator gradually decreases. Once the MACD breaks above 0, it is a sell signal.
When the express line crosses the slow line from top to bottom above 0, it is also a sell signal.
3. KDJ index KDJ index is a random index, which reflects the change of market strength. Similar to RSI, the index value also varies between 0 and 100.
Near 20 indicates the market is oversold and not far from the bottom;
Near 80, the market is overbought and not far from the top.
Investors can take corresponding investment strategies according to this rule.
When the fast line crosses the slow line bottom-up near 20, it is a buy signal;
When the express line crosses the slow line from top to bottom near 80, it is a sell signal.