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henco
1 posts
msg #157580
Ignore henco
9/14/2021 10:05:36 AM

Does anyone have a filter for 2 HMA crossovers please? Say 9 and 21.
Cheers Bruce.

ron22
247 posts
msg #157581
Ignore ron22
9/14/2021 10:22:37 AM

Bruce, This should work. Good Trading. Ron

Fetcher[
/* 9,--21 Period Hull Moving Average Crossover */

close is between 5 and 150
Nasdaq
volume(30) is above 1000000
set{fast1,cwma(close,4)}
set{fast2,2 * fast1}
set{fast3,cwma(close,9)}
set{valfast,fast2 - fast3}
set{fastavg,cwma(valfast,3)}

set{slow1,cwma(close,11)}
set{slow2,2 * slow1}
set{slow3,cwma(close,21)}
set{valslow,slow2 - slow3}
set{slowavg,cwma(valslow,5)}

set{diff,fastavg - slowavg}

draw fastavg on plot price
draw slowavg on plot price
draw diff
draw diff line at 0

show stocks where the close is above 5
and volume is above 100000
and not otcbb

add column fastavg
add column slowavg
add column diff
]



Cheese
1,260 posts
msg #157582
Ignore Cheese
9/14/2021 10:36:13 AM

/*
https://www.stockfetcher.com/forums/General-Discussion/Hull-Moving-Averages/157580
ron22 9/14/2021 10:22:37 AM
*/
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@ron22
wow, ron, that's an excellent way of using wma in a macd
very clever and really good.
THANK YOU



snappyfrog
415 posts
msg #157584
Ignore snappyfrog
9/14/2021 12:20:08 PM

Crossovers are not how this was designed. Hull said to look at the turns for quicker entries. This is still a neat way of setting up his request though.

"Although crossover signals (e.g. where a shorter-term MA crosses a longer-term MA) are popular with many types of moving averages, HMA creator Alan Hull does not recommend using crossovers with HMAs, because that technique depends on looking at differences in lag between the two moving averages, and the lag has already been greatly reduced in Hull Moving Averages. Instead, he recommends looking at turning points to identify entries and exits...."


Cheese
1,260 posts
msg #157586
Ignore Cheese
9/14/2021 12:47:03 PM

https://www.stockfetcher.com/forums/General-Discussion/Hull-Moving-Averages/157580
snappyfrog 9/14/2021 12:20:08 PM

Crossovers are not how this was designed. Hull said to look at the turns for quicker entries. This is still a neat way of setting up his request though.

"Although crossover signals (e.g. where a shorter-term MA crosses a longer-term MA) are popular with many types of moving averages, HMA creator Alan Hull does not recommend using crossovers with HMAs, because that technique depends on looking at differences in lag between the two moving averages, and the lag has already been greatly reduced in Hull Moving Averages. Instead, he recommends looking at turning points to identify entries and exits...."
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THANK YOU, snappyfrog.
I didn't know this.

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