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Hi, I need some help in figuring out what I'm doing wrong here. It is just a mental programming block that is causing me some problems in my code. Here is what I'm trying to do:

For:

WMA(BarsArray[1],Typical, 30)[0]

I'm trying get the value for the Typical Weighted moving avg for 30 periods but I keep getting an overload error. I understand that this is because there can only be 2 properties within the WMA method.

But if I just use:

WMA(BarsArray[1], 30)[0]

That's not really giving me the value I want since it is not using the Typical calculation for the WMA, jsut the default which is the Close[0].

How can I go about having this extra property be included in the calculations when using BarsArray[1] in a method that only accepts 2 properties? Is there a way around this ?

Thanks in advance.
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Hi, I need some help in figuring out what I'm doing wrong here. It is just a mental programming block that is causing me some problems in my code. Here is what I'm trying to do:

For:

WMA(BarsArray[1],Typical, 30)[0]

I'm trying get the value for the Typical Weighted moving avg for 30 periods but I keep getting an overload error. I understand that this is because there can only be 2 properties within the WMA method.

But if I just use:

WMA(BarsArray[1], 30)[0]

That's not really giving me the value I want since it is not using the Typical calculation for the WMA, jsut the default which is the Close[0].

How can I go about having this extra property be included in the calculations when using BarsArray[1] in a method that only accepts 2 properties? Is there a way around this ?

Thanks in advance.
-Brian


Try

WMA(Typicals[1], 30)[0]

More info - Typicals

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try WMA(Typicals[1], 30)[0] similar issue was here BarsArray versus PriceType - NinjaTrader Support Forum

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WMA(Typicals[1], 30)[0]

More info - Typicals


Awesome, thanks Ray and redratsal !!

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