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beactive
3 posts
msg #49065
Ignore beactive
1/8/2007 7:31:02 PM

Is there a way to time shift the moving average (either EMA or SMA)? I want to be able to plot a graph and shift the SMA by a few days plus or minus days.

Thanks


maxreturn
745 posts
msg #49068
Ignore maxreturn
modified
1/9/2007 12:03:40 PM

Currently I believe fetcher only has the ability to offset a simple moving average. Examples:

dma(3,3) calculates a 3 period simple moving average and plots it 3 days into the future.

dma(3,-3) calculates a 3 period simple moving average and plots it 3 days into the past.

HTH
Max



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