Price vs Moving Average 200d

This measures how far the last close price is from the 200 Day Moving Average. This is calculated as (Close Price - 200 Day MA) / 200 Day MA * 100.

Stockopedia explains Price vs MA

The 200-day moving average is a popular technical indicator which investors use to analyse price trends. A stock that is trading above its 200 Day Moving Average is considered to be in a long term uptrend.

If the short term (50 day) Moving Average breaks above the long-term (200 Day) Moving Average, this is known as a Golden Cross, whereas the inverse is known as a Death Cross. As long-term indicators carry more weight, the Golden Cross may indicates a bull market on the horizon and is usually reinforced by high trading volumes.

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The 5 highest Price vs MA Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name Price vs MA StockRank
PNK:WNLV Winvest 1648.27 81
ASX:GAL Galileo Mining 504.47 47
CNSX:PMET Patriot Battery Metals 401.05 69
PNK:NFTN NFiniTi 338.04 57
KOSDAQ:373200 HaaInc Korea Co 304.69 21
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