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    Least Squares Moving Average

    I am trying to create an Inertia Indicator that requires the Least sqaures moving average (LSMA) of the Relative Volaltility Index(RVI). Is there a function call for the LSMA? I can't seem to find it NinjaTrader Help. Or does anyone have it to share?

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    BigMike,

    You would need to self program such a function and then you can use it throughout your other scripts.
    Josh P.NinjaTrader Customer Service

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      #3
      Least squares moving average is kind of a misnomer, it's actually the linear regression calculation. Try calling LinReg.

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        Got It

        Thanks for the help, That did it.

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