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Short Indicator


Short Indicator tool is a Trading Indicator and it was implemented by Patrick Fonce on January 7, 2010.
The implementation of this Fundamental Analysis indicator demanded 25 lines of code.
The Stock trading indicator is called 'short_selling_ind' and it is developed using C# language.
It requires 2 arguments. The different arguments are:
period (Type: Number - Default Value: 30): Period
shortvolume (Type: Number - Default Value: 0): Short volume time-series

Example:
p = short_selling_ind(30, 0);

To plot the indicator on a chart:
Plot(short_selling_ind(30, 0), "Short Indicator", colorRed);

Future and Past Bars:
The function has no look-ahead bias. It uses no past bars.

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The trading object is saved under the following categories: Fundamental Analysis - United States Stock Market

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