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Forecasting/Projecting/Predicting a Moving Average with EasyLanguage

I was wondering if anyone has done this with EL:

https://futures.io/ninjatrader/19203-projecting-moving-average.html

The simple idea is to try and predict or forecast where the moving average will be in the future. I am not sure if you need to use a Range chart for this to work, or if any chart type will work.

Ideally, the indicator would:

- Work for Simple and Exponential averages
- Allow you to forward project 'x' bars (not just limited to 1, but user definable)
- Keep the forward projected plot so it could be compared to the actual plot for accuracy

Any math guys willing to do this for EL?

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A bit off topic but.....

Since you mentioned predicting a moving average, I have something like that in nt. It just draws a bar projection based on a number of bar setting. So its like an ma of sorts.

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Since you mentioned predicting a moving average, I have something like that in nt. It just draws a bar projection based on a number of bar setting. So its like an ma of sorts.

Sure, post the code any maybe it is useful to what I am requesting and/or can be converted to EL.

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Sure, post the code any maybe it is useful to what I am requesting and/or can be converted to EL.

Nice to see you Forrest

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Just projects about the x/y axis for a set number of bars.

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