Define and explain how an MACD line can be used.

For the following: Create charts online at www.bigcharts.com or with other charting software. Create a PowerPoint document. Copy necessary charts to the PowerPoint Document and label as instructed below. Make sure your name is on the PowerPoint Document.

1) Draw an uptrend line on a graph in the proper location. Three charts are required: 3 Year Chart, 1 Year Chart and 3 Month Chart. (Stocks can be different if necessary)

2) Draw a downtrend line on a graph in the proper location. Three charts are required: 3 Year Chart, 1 Year Chart and 3 Month Chart. (Stocks can be different if necessary)

3) Draw a support line on a graph in the proper location. Three charts are required: 3 Year Chart, 1 Year Chart and 3 Month Chart. (Stocks can be different if necessary)

4) Draw a resistance line on a graph in the proper location. Three charts are required: 3 Year Chart, 1 Year Chart and 3 Month Chart. (Stocks can be different if necessary)

5) Create a chart using two different moving averages. Indicate entry points to either go long or short the stock. Three charts are required: 3 Year Chart, 1 Year Chart and 3 Month Chart. (Stocks can be different if necessary)

5) Create a chart using a single moving averages. Indicate possible entry points to where the stock is considered to be “fairly” valued and is trending up. One chart is required.

6) Define and explain how an MACD line can be used. On a chart identify buy/sell points using MACD.

7) Create a chart using a Bollinger Bands. On the chart, identify buy/sell points using the Bollinger Bands.

8) Compare the performance of the S&P 500 to a stock over three different time periods, 3 year, 1 year and 3 month charts.

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