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graftonian
439 posts
msg #124662
Ignore graftonian
modified
8/14/2015 2:52:28 PM

Is it possible to code an exponential Absolute Price Oscillator?

set{xAPO, cema(close, 55) - cema(close, 13)}

or

set{xAPO, cema(ma(55) - ma(13))}

are possibilities

four
4,000 posts
msg #124664
Ignore four
modified
8/14/2015 3:35:01 PM

APO = Fast Exponential Moving Average - Slow Exponential Moving Average
*https://www.tradingtechnologies.com/help/xstudy/absolute-price-oscillator-apo/

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set{xAPO, cema(close, 13) - cema(close, 55)}

draw xAPO line at 0

draw apo(13,55) line at 0
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graftonian
439 posts
msg #124666
Ignore graftonian
8/14/2015 4:07:26 PM

Four,
Fast - Slow, Duh. That's why I was getting a mirror image when comparing it to std APO.
Thanks a bunch.

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