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Moving Average (5D)

Moving Average (5D) is a financial metric that represents the average closing prices of a company's stock over the last 5 trading days. It is calculated by adding up the closing prices of the stock for the last 5 trading days and dividing by 5. The moving average (5D) is often used by investors as a short-term indicator of a company's stock performance and to understand the recent trends in price movements. This metric is just one of many that analysts and investors use to assess a company's financial performance and make investment decisions.

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