the generic name for double MA is MA of MA which is easy to create in NT7 without any coding effort.
However you dont get slope coloring, you could get by by using yet another MA with color in NT7 tho.
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Trying to use the DoubleMA in a strategy gives me a lot of trouble. Using the results of the DMV table in my strategy gives surprising results. Other results when I have a look at the DoubleMA line in the chart. it seems the same results as when the "Calculate on bar close" parameter is "true". Lots of zeros.
Can someone give me some hints what to do. Tried also FirstTickofBar but doesn't work either.
Don't use it in a strategy. Most of the code is only useful for indicators with the visual drop down box and rising/falling plots.
In a strategy, just use
Typed free hand and I haven't used NT in about 18 months so forgive me for any errors. The last line of code is the magic of a double ma, substitute whatever ma's you want.
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