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Stochastic of a Stochastic

Hi,

Is there a way to create an indicator that uses the output of another indicator, as the input for another indicator in EasyLanguage.

I'm trying to create a stochastic indicator based on a stochastic. (Similar to double stochastic, but not quite).

I have a Slow Sto %K(60),%D(1) and want to run a stochastic over this indicator. All the low, high functions reference the underlying symbol, not the output of the stochastic. Are there any other functions that I can use? Or is there another way to reference the output of the indicator?

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Hi,

Is there a way to create an indicator that uses the output of another indicator, as the input for another indicator in EasyLanguage.

I'm trying to create a stochastic indicator based on a stochastic. (Similar to double stochastic, but not quite).

I have a Slow Sto %K(60),%D(1) and want to run a stochastic over this indicator. All the low, high functions reference the underlying symbol, not the output of the stochastic. Are there any other functions that I can use? Or is there another way to reference the output of the indicator?

Thanks

you can write the indicator with EasyLanguage.

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Do you know what functions can be used?

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Do you know what functions can be used?

I thought you said you wanted to do a Stochastic of a Stochastic.

Of course you use the Stochastic function.

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stochastic function will refer to the price of the underlying symbol ie lowest price over the last x period. Doing a stochastic function of the output, still won't look at the output as it will still call the price functions, which will look at the symbols price.

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Put the numericref values once again into the function, in my example the Slowk. You can use any of the 4 return values FastK, FastD, SlowK, SlowD.

 
Code
inputs: 
	PriceH( High ),  
	PriceL( Low ), 
	PriceC( Close ), 
	StochLength( 14 ), 
	SmoothingLength1( 3 ),                                        
	SmoothingLength2( 3 ),                                
	SmoothingType( 1 ),                                         
	OverSold( 20 ), 
	OverBought( 80 ) ; 

variables:
	mFastK( 0 ), 
	mFastD( 0 ), 
	mSlowK( 0 ), 
	mSlowD( 0 ),
	dFastK( 0 ), 
	dFastD( 0 ), 
	dSlowK( 0 ), 
	dSlowD( 0 ) ;

Value1 = Stochastic( PriceH, PriceL, PriceC, StochLength, SmoothingLength1, 
 SmoothingLength2, SmoothingType, mFastK, mFastD, mSlowK, mSlowD) ;

//Stochastic of the SlowK stochastic
value2 = Stochastic( mSlowK, mSlowK, mSlowK, StochLength, SmoothingLength1, 
 SmoothingLength2, SmoothingType, dFastK, dFastD, dSlowK, dSlowD) ;


Plot1( mSlowK, "SlowK" ) ;
Plot2( mSlowD, "SlowD") ;

//SlowK and SlowD stochastic of the SlowK stochastic
Plot11( dSlowK, "dSlowK" ) ;
Plot12( dSlowD, "dSlowD") ;

Plot3( OverBought, "OverBot" ) ;
Plot4( OverSold, "OverSld" ) ;

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