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Re: Moving Averages indicator(s) - cTrader

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LWMA


This is Linear Weighted Moving Average (LWMA) is similar to Simple Moving Average (SMA) except that a weight coefficient is multiplied to the price.

Formula :
LWMA = SUM(Close(i)*i, N) / SUM(i, N)
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Re: Moving Averages indicator(s) - cTrader

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Tsar wrote:
Fri Mar 09, 2018 8:02 pm
LWMA


This is Linear Weighted Moving Average (LWMA) is similar to Simple Moving Average (SMA) except that a weight coefficient is multiplied to the price.

Formula :
LWMA = SUM(Close(i)*i, N) / SUM(i, N)
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Re: Moving Averages indicator(s) - cTrader

#13
T3MA


The T3MA indicator uses a Weighted sum of : Single EMA, Double EMA, Triple EMA etc.
For this reason, unlike the regular MA (moving Average), T3MA is a Very Smooth line.

This indicator uses the following formula :
T3MA = c1*e6 + c2*e5 + c3*e4 + c4*e3

Where :
e1 = EMA (CLOSE, Period)
e2 = EMA (e1, Period)
e3 = EMA (e2, Period)
e4 = EMA (e3, Period)
e5 = EMA (e4, Period)
e6 = EMA (e5, Period)
c1 = - b3
c2 = 3*b2 + 3*b3
c3 = - 6*b2 - 3*b - 3*b3
c4 = 1 + 3*b + b3 + 3*b2
(EMA = Exponential Moving Average, b = volume factor (default = 0.7))
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Re: Moving Averages indicator(s) - cTrader

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WSMA


This is Wilder’s Smoothing Moving Average (WSMA) AKA Smoothed Moving Average indicator.

The first Value is a Simple Moving Average (SMA) and All Subsequent values are calculated based on the Previous value according to the following formula :

SUM(1) = SUM(CLOSE, N)
WSMA(1) = Simple MA = SUM(1)/N - Wilder’s Smoothing for the first period.
WSMA(i) = (SUM(i - 1) - WSMA(i - 1) + CLOSE(i)) / N
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Re: Moving Averages indicator(s) - cTrader

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Xpma


This is a Custom Moving Average (MA)

Displays One of the following Moving Average types according to MA Type input (use Number) :

1 --- Simple moving average
2 --- Exponential moving average
3 --- Smoothed moving average
4 --- Linear weighted moving average
5 --- Double Exponential Moving Average
6 --- Triple Exponential Moving Average
7 --- T3 Moving Average
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Re: Moving Averages indicator(s) - cTrader

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GMMA (Guppy Multiple Moving Average)


The GMMA (Guppy Multiple Moving Average) indicator used in Technical Analysis to Identify changing Trends.

The technique consists of combining Two groups of Moving Averages with differing Time Periods.

One set of Moving Averages in the Guppy multiple moving average (GMMA) has a relatively brief time frame and is used to determine the activity of Short-term traders. The number of days used in the set of Short-term averages is usually 3, 5, 8, 10, 12 or 15.

The Other group of averages is created with extended time periods and is used to gauge the activity of Long-term investors. The Long-term averages usually use periods of 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 or 60 days.
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Re: Moving Averages indicator(s) - cTrader

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Holt Ema Al


The Holt’s paper, “Forecasting Seasonals and Trends by Exponentially Weighted Moving Averages” was published in 1957 in O.N.R. Research Memorandum 52, Carnegie Institute of Technology. The tools developed by Holt & Winters are mainly used for forecasting time series.
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