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Variable Moving Average

The Variable Moving Average (VMA) aka Volatility Index Dynamic Average ( VIDYA ) was developed by Tushar S.
Chande and first presented in the March 1992 edition of Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities – Adapting Moving Averages To Market Volatility
Chande’s theory was that the performance of an exponential moving average could be improved by using a Volatility Index (VI) to adjust the smoothing period as market conditions change.
The idea being that when prices are congested an average should slow down to avoid whipsaws but when prices are trending strongly an average should speed up to capture the major price moves.
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