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  • KBJ
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    Also, here's another post where Ray gave a good example of how to do this: EMA of an EMA

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  • KBJ
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    You could look at TEMA (Triple Exponential Moving Average).

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  • zq655
    started a topic moving average of a moving average

    moving average of a moving average

    Does anyone have a code for smoothing an EMA
    ie a moving average of a moving average

    many thanks

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