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Unexpected Short Selling Bars


Trading Indicator: Unexpected Short Selling Bars
Created by: Patrick Fonce on January 16, 2010.
The coding of this Fundamental Analysis method needed 21 lines.
The Stock indicator name is 'unexpected_bars' and it is developed using CSharp.
It has 2 arguments. The different arguments are:
shortratio (Type: Number - Default Value: GetData("short_selling","ratio", NA)): Short selling ratio
period (Type: Number - Default Value: 10): Lookback period

Example:
p = unexpected_bars(GetData("short_selling","ratio", NA), 10);

Formula to display the function on a chart:
Plot(unexpected_bars(GetData("short_selling","ratio", NA), 10), "Unexpected Short Selling Bars", colorRed);

Future and Past Bars:
The indicator has no look-ahead bias. It needs no old bars.

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

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