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PostSubject: How to calculate a linear weighted moving average?   Fri Aug 12, 2011 12:47 pm

The LWMA indicator gives the latest data more weighted value than more early data. Like exponential moving average, Linear Weighted Moving Average gives more weight to latest data, but unlike EMA this value is in linear progression (e.g.: 1, 2, 3…).

The calculation of Linear Average depends on parameters such as the closing and opening prices, price maximum and minimum, etc. Buy and sell forex trading signals are generated when prices cross above or below the LWMA.

To calculate a linear weighted moving average, take the sum of all the closing prices (data points) over a certain time period, then multiply the oldest data point price by 1 and each following price by an increasing consecutive number up to ...
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