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Triple Moving Average

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Triple exponential moving average (ТEMA) uses three different exponential moving averages for the acceleration of process of submission of signals and faster reaction of the indicator to the price's fluctuations. The indicator has been submitted by Patrick G.Malloy in his work "Data's Smoothing with less delays" (Technical Analysis of Stock and Commodities, 1994, volume 12:2, www.traders.com).

TEMA includes ordinary, double and triple exponential moving averages. The first EMA smooths the closing price, the second EMA smooths the first one, and the third one smooths the second EMA.

Calculation:

TEMA = 3 EMA1 – 3 EMA2 + EMA1.

TEMA's adjustment to that or other trading cycle is carried out, as well as in a case of other indicators, by changing of number of days in EMA.

Parameters:

  • Period (20) - the number of bars, or period, used in the calculation.

Use

Moving averages are called "lagging indicators" because they use historical information. Use them in trending price patterns, where an uptrend or downtrend is firmly established.

 

 

 

 

 


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