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Forex Trading Indicator - Better than expected Economic Calendar Events

This item was implemented by QuantShare on June 25, 2010. Forex Trading Indicator - Better than expected Economic Calendar Events is a Trading Indicator.
The creation of this Fundamental Analysis method required 64 lines of code.
The Forex trading indicator is named 'PerBetterExpectedEvents' and it is created using CSharp programming language.
It gets only one variable. The argument is:
Country (Type: String - Default Value: United States): Country. Example: United States

p = PerBetterExpectedEvents("United States");

Formula to display the indicator on a chart:
Plot(PerBetterExpectedEvents("United States"), "Forex Trading Indicator - Better than expected Economic Calendar Events", colorRed);

Future and Past Bars:
The indicator does not use future bars. It needs 0 old bars.

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Search terms used to find this trading item include forex economic calendar download, Economic Calendar forex, forecast indicator forex, fx economic report software, historical moments in forex trading

The trading object is saved under the following categories: Fundamental Analysis - Forex Market

Trading Indicators: (Forex Market)
Base or Counter Currency
Economic events surprise

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