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RSI Vs MACD Question - 6/5/2017 5:53:49 AM   


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Hello everyone,

I read somewhere that MACD is best used in a trending stock (uptrend or downtrend) while RSI is best used in a consolidating stock (trading sideways). Is this true or not?

Here are some of my thoughts,
1) RSI is basically useless in a trending stock because it would hit oversold (70 lvl) when the stock would actually go higher

2) MACD is bad in a consolidating stock because it utilizes MA, and when in a flat chart the MA are also not moving alot.

Your thoughts on these are highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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