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Help with SVAPO Indicator (MatLab)

Old July 1st, 2015, 01:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Help with SVAPO Indicator (MatLab)

Hello, I am attempting to code the SVAPO indicator in MatLab (version used: 2014a). This indicator, short-term volume and price oscillator, is from Stocks & Commodities 2007 V25: 11 (20-26) by Sylvain Vervoort. Code is provided for Metastock, and various other platforms can be found on-line (some not apparently correct/complete).

This indicator requires the Mulloy TEMA and heikin ashi candlesticks, which I have coded in MatLab. I also use the built-in SMA in the finance toolbox. I am happy to upload those 2 custom .m functions for anyone who is interested. I am 95% certain of the correctness of heikin ashi and 85% certain of the correctness of TEMA but don't have abundant sample output to verify those.

Since this is a custom indicator, I do not have sample output to check results, but clearly there is some difference between my MatLab results and those shown in the article (whose PDF, containing the Metastock code) I can provide on a fair use basis). Does anyone have access to Metastock to provide sample output or otherwise know this indicator well?

Perhaps I should list this in the Metastock section? Thanks.

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