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cunparis
71 posts
msg #73063
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3/25/2009 6:46:48 AM

Is it possible to calculate the linear regression of an indicator?

I see it's possible to take a moving average of an indicator using the CMA but I don't find anything for linear regression.

Is there another way to get the slope of an indicator? Using the CMA would seem to be less reliable.



dwiggains
391 posts
msg #73118
Ignore dwiggains
3/28/2009 9:48:03 AM

Hi

Fetcher[
close > 10 and volume > 900,000 and
add column 10 day slope of ma (20)
add column 5 day slope of projection oscillator (14)
]



This will show you how to get the slope of any indicator.


Hope it helps.

See ya
David

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