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OpaBert
1 posts
msg #61270
Ignore OpaBert
4/9/2008 9:10:20 PM

Can the SF team come up with either a way to "DISPLACE" an EMA or apply the "Exponential" calculation to a DMA?

Basically I'm looking for DEMA "Displaced Exponential Moving Average".

And it would be great if the DEMA could be based on something other than the Close.

Format might be: DEMA(high, 20, 5)

Where high could also be a set value like:
set{sum1,high + low}
set{avg,sum1 / 2.0}

20 would be the look back period and
5 would represent either a + or - displacement.

I tried using the SF Custom averages available but keep getting syntax errors.


nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #61273
Ignore nikoschopen
4/10/2008 1:45:52 AM

I suggest that you look here for a pointer.

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