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The DeMark's DeMarker indicator

This item was developed by bug man on July 22, 2009. The DeMark's DeMarker indicator is a Trading Indicator.
The implementation of this Technical Analysis function necessitated 7 lines of code.
The function is called 'DMark' and it is developed using JScript.Net language.
It contains one argument. The variable is:
period (Type: Number - Default Value: 0): The number of lookback bars

p = DMark(0);

Here is how to display the trading indicator on a chart:
Plot(DMark(0), "The DeMark's DeMarker indicator", colorRed);

Future and Past Bars:
The method do not access future bars. It necessitates 0 past bars.

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The trading object is saved under the following categories: Technical Analysis

Trading Indicators:
Buy Indicator
Drawdown: Long and Short

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