The Adaptive MACD — Coding Technical Indicators.

We all know the MACD oscillator as it is one of the most covered technical indicators out there. It is used by many analysts and traders due to its simplicity and popularity. It is basically the difference between two exponential moving averages. But what if we use another type of moving averages? Like the very useful…

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