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glgene
523 posts
msg #36512
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6/27/2005 12:40:28 PM

According to help messages in SF, T3 Moving Average "is a smoothing technique that is intended to produce more effective and accurate signals."

And here is the example shown:

"Show stocks where close has been above T3(5,0.7) for the last 2 days"

My question: What does the (5,0.7) mean? I don't have a clue.

GL Gene


glgene
523 posts
msg #36524
Ignore glgene
6/27/2005 4:45:05 PM

Did some research on my T3 moving average question:

The variable, "Hot", is a damping coefficient which is set to
the suggested default value of 0.7. Hot???

The 5, I assume, means the number of days in the moving average. Change it to a lesser amount, and you'll find fewer matches (and vice versa).

I think some type of MA crossover might make sense, using T3.

GL Gene


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