Invented by Patrick Lafferty in 1999, a Sine Weighted Moving Average (SWMA) takes its weighting from the first half of a Sine wave cycle and accordingly, the most weighting is given to the data in the middle of the data set. It is therefore very similar to the Triangular Moving Average.
A sine weighted moving average (Sine-MA)...
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Quad MA is a program designed to allow a wide range of flexibility in overlaying multiple moving averages onto a chart.
This program handles the ability to:
- Overlay Up to 4 moving averages on the chart.
- Change the length of each moving average.
- Adjust optional values for special...
T3 Moving Average indicator was originally developed by Tim Tillson in 1998/99.
T3 Moving Average is considered as improved and better to traditional moving averages as it is smoother and performs better in trending market conditions.
It offers multiple opportunities when the price is in the state of retracement and therefore allows to minimize your exposed risk...
This is an experimental study derived from George Lane's Stochastic Oscillator.
The %KWMA is calculated by taking a moving average of source with a %K weighting factor over its specified period.
The %DWMA is calculated by taking a simple moving average of %KWMA over its specified period.
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