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        TA Challenge: BIAS, a day trading tool for the rebound
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        TA Challenge: Get to know BIAS in one chart

        Stock prices change every day due to market forces. You may want to ask: how to identify a market up or down? Well, it depends on the deviation rate. In this post, we will explore a new indicator, BIAS.
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        TA Challenge: Get to know BIAS in one chart
        You can tap here to learn more about BIAS: Use the BIAS indicator to assist in your day trading.

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        TA Challenge: Get to know BIAS in one chart
        A BIAS above the positive parameter indicates an overbought condition and a sell signal. A BIAS below the negative parameter shows an oversold condition and a buy signal.

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