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Stock Trading Above/Below its Moving Averages

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This indicator tells you whether a stock is trading above or below its short-term, medium-term and long-term moving averages. It does so by printing, for example, "Below MA10" if the selected stock is trading below its 10-bar moving average (The calculation is based on the last trading bar only). It prints "Above MA10" if the selected stock is trading above its 10-bar moving average.

By simply selecting a chart and a stock symbol, you can quickly determine its short-term and long-term direction.

This function allows you to select the periods for the different moving averages.

Example:
a = ABma(10, 50, 250); // Analyze the 10-bar, 50-bar and 250-bar moving average
Note that this indicator returns an empty vector. Its main role is to plot moving average observations using the "Chart.PrintChart" function.

Example of result:
Below MA10 (Colored in Red - Bearish)
Above MA50 (Colored in Green - Bullish)
Above MA250 (Colored in Green)


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Object ID: 1169


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