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Moving Average Adaptive Q

The Moving Average Adaptive Q (MAAQ) was authored by Perry Kaufman in the Stocks and Commodities Magazine 06/1995

This is similar to his Kaufman Adaptive Moving Average with a few changes. This is a pretty close moving average which I like quite a bit. Try it and let me know what you think.

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Release Notes: I changed the fast and slow lengths to allow someone to use their own custom inputs
Release Notes: updated to match with my other indicators
Release Notes: fixed issue with default resolution
Open-source script

In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.

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Kommentarer

Hello
Can I create alerts with this?
Thank you
Svara
@TriBeCa_, You add this indicator to a chart of your choosing then click on the gears to change the settings of the indicator and you can add the default signals there to create alerts
Svara
Great stuff, thanks for the script.

How "sensitive" are the variables "fastSc" and "slowSc" ?
How did you decide for the default values of 0.0667, respectively 0.0645 ?
Svara
@m140u, I used a default of 2 days for the fastSc (2 / (2 + 1)) and a default of 30 days for the slowSc (2 / (30 + 1)) but as I write that out I realized that I should update my script to allow someone to change the periods for themselves so I'm going to do that now
Svara
Can you Explain the chart how it will work.
Svara
@laasya, This is a type of moving average so you would buy when the current stock price goes above the signal line and sell when the price goes below the line. I have the line color coded so you know when to buy or sell
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