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Ignore athrasher
9/21/2010 2:40:00 PM

I posted this in Filter Exchange but I haven't gotten any responses so I thought I'd try posting it in General Discussion:

I am trying to code the Vervoort Crossover.

I came across this moving average crossover at thinkscript ( that I then back tested on Thinkorswim and it appeared to to work fairly well. I wanted to be able to run a filter on it and back test it a little more extensively.

I do not know how to code something this 'advanced' (advanced for me at least) and the other posts on the topic were inconclusive.

from Thinkscript:
Specifically, Vervoort used a zero-lag triple exponential moving average of 1) the typical price (h+l+c)/3 and 2) the Heikin-Ashi close. and a 55 period average on daily charts was optimal.

More info can be found in the script in the link I provided above.

I'd appreciate anyone's help with this.

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