Simple Moving Average (SMA)
There are three products preconfigured to start calculating as soon as you start the corresponding task, each with different period configurations:
Product Name  Product Variable  Properties 

Popular SMAs  popularSMA 
sma20 , sma50 , sma100 , sma200 
Base 7  base7SMA 
sma7 , sma14 , sma21 , sma28 , sma35 , sma70 , sma140 , sma210 , sma280 , sma350 , sma700 , sma1400 
Base 11  base11SMA 
sma11 , sma22 , sma33 , sma55 , sma111 
There are four more products available but they will not be calculated unless you create the corresponding data outputs and reference them to the corresponding data sets:
Product Name  Product Variable  Properties 

Base 5  base5SMA 
sma5 , sma10 , sma15 , sma20 , sma25 , sma50 , sma100 , sma150 , sma200 , sma250 , sma500 , sma1000 
Base 6  base6SMA 
sma6 , sma12 , sma18 , sma24 , sma30 , sma60 , sma120 , sma180 , sma240 , sma300 , sma600 , sma1200 
Base 12  base12SMA 
sma12 , sma24 , sma36 , sma48 , sma60 , sma120 , sma240 , sma360 , sma480 , sma600 , sma1200 
Base 30  base30SMA 
sma30 , sma60 , sma90 , sma120 , sma150 , sma300 , sma600 , sma900 , sma1200 , sma1500 
Examples:

chart.at24hs.popularSMA.sma50 > chart.at24hs.popularSMA.sma200
— An indication of a bull market? Is the 50day moving average above the 200day moving average? 
chart.at24hs.popularSMA.sma200 > chart.at24hs.base7SMA.sma350
— Looking even further in the past, comparing a 200day with a 350day moving average. Notice how the two MA belong to different products.
Exponential Moving Average (EMA)
The products and periods available in EMA map exactly the products and periods available in SMA. To use EMA you simply need to replace the S with an E. That said, for your reference, this is the complete list…
Like with SMAs, there are three products preconfigured to start calculating as soon as you start the corresponding task, each with different period configurations:
Product Name  Product Variable  Properties 

Popular EMAs  popularEMA 
ema20 , ema50 , ema100 , ema200 
Base 7  base7EMA 
ema7 , ema14 , ema21 , ema28 , ema35 , ema70 , ema140 , ema210 , ema280 , ema350 , ema700 , ema1400 
Base 11  base11EMA 
ema11 , ema22 , ema33 , ema55 , ema111 
There are four more products available but they will not be calculated unless you create the corresponding data outputs and reference them to the corresponding data sets:
Product Name  Product Variable  Properties 

Base 5  base5EMA 
ema5 , ema10 , ema15 , ema20 , ema25 , ema50 , ema100 , ema150 , ema200 , ema250 , ema500 , ema1000 
Base 6  base6EMA 
ema6 , ema12 , ema18 , ema24 , ema30 , ema60 , ema120 , ema180 , ema240 , ema300 , ema600 , ema1200 
Base 12  base12EMA 
ema12 , ema24 , ema36 , ema48 , ema60 , ema120 , ema240 , ema360 , ema480 , ema600 , ema1200 
Base 30  base30EMA 
ema30 , ema60 , ema90 , ema120 , ema150 , ema300 , ema600 , ema900 , ema1200 , ema1500 
Examples:
chart.at01hs.base5EMA.ema5 < chart.at01hs.base5EMA.ema25
— May the trend be reversing? Checking if a fast 5hours exponential moving average goes below the slower 25hours EMA.
Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD)
There are four different products, each configured with a specific setting for the fast and slow moving avarages and the MACD Signal line.
Product Setting  Product Variable  Properties 

MACD (12, 26, 9)  macd122609 
ema12 , ema26 
MACD (3, 10, 16)  macd031016 
ema3 , ema10 
MACD (8, 17, 9)  macd081709 
ema8 , ema17 
MACD (24, 52, 9)  macd245209 
ema24 , ema52 
The first few variables you may use from these products are those corresponding to the EMAs used to calculate the MACD line and the MACD signal line, as shown in the table above.
Also, each of the products in the above table feature the following properties:
Property  Description 

line 
The MACD line, that is, the fast EMA minus the slow EMA. 
signal 
The Signal line, that is, the nperiod EMA of the MACD line (n is the last setting) 
histogram 
The value of the histogram, that is, the difference between the MACD line and the MACD signal line. 
Examples:

chart.at30min.macd122609.line <= 0 && chart.at30min.macd122609.previous.line >= 0
— A centerline crossover at the 30minutes chart. 
chart.at15min.macd031016.line >= chart.at15min.macd031016.signal && chart.at15min.macd031016.previous.line <= chart.at15min.macd031016.previous.signal
— A signal line crossover at the 15minutes chart.
Relative Strength Index (RSI)
The RSI product currently available uses the standard setting of 14 periods, and features a single property: rsi14.value
Examples:
chart.at24hs.rsi14.value >= 70
— How’s the trend going at the 24hours chart?