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zion
6 posts
msg #31951
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5/2/2004 11:16:20 AM

Is there no way to smooth an indicator, i.e. creating the moving average of an indicator?
Currently I try to create an indicator, where the moving average of the historical volatility is decreasing over a given time frame.

TIA,
Dieter



travlr
80 posts
msg #31953
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5/2/2004 6:37:29 PM

Check out custom moving averages in the Anouncements Forum. If this doesn't help you, you might find WealthLab.com useful.


travlr
80 posts
msg #31954
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5/2/2004 6:39:16 PM

Sorry, not WealthLab.com, but Wealth-Lab.com


txtrapper
548 posts
msg #31956
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5/2/2004 8:07:00 PM

Zion;

Yes, try WMA(30)Weighted Moving Averages give current data more weight than older data.

Fetcher[http://www.aspenres.com/Documents/AspenGraphics4.0/Weighted_Moving_Average.htm]



TxTrapper


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