Overview
The Welles Wilder's Smoothing indicator is similar to an exponential
moving average
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Interpretation
The indicator does not use the standard exponential moving a...

Overview
A Weighted Moving Average places more weight on recent values and less
weight on older values.
Interpretation
A Moving Average is most often used to average values for a smoother
representation of the underlying price or indicator.
CLASS: MO...

Overview
VIDYA (Volatility Index Dynamic Average), developed by Chande, is a
moving average derived from linear regression R2.
Interpretation
A Moving Average is most often used to average values for a smoother
representation of the underlying price o...

Overview
A Variable Moving Average is an exponential moving average that
adjusts to volatility.
Interpretation
A Moving Average is most often used to average values for a smoother
representation of the underlying price or indicator.
CLASS: MOVINGAVER...

Overview
The Triangular Moving Average is similar to a Simple Moving Average,
except that more weight is given to the price in the middle of the
moving average periods.
Interpretation
A Moving Average is most often used to average values for a smoothe...

Overview
A Time Series Moving Average is similar to a Simple Moving Average,
except that values are derived from linear regression forecast values
instead of raw values.
Interpretation
A Moving Average is most often used to average values for a smooth...

Overview
The Simple Moving Average is simply an average of values over a
specified period of time.
Interpretation
A Moving Average is most often used to average values for a smoother
representation of the underlying price or indicator.
CLASS: MOVINGA...

Overview
An Exponential Moving Average is similar to a Simple Moving Average.
An EMA is calculated by applying a small percentage of the current
value to the previous value. An EMA applies more weight to recent
values.
Interpretation
A Moving Average ...