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# 6.371 Double EMA???

Discussion in 'Trading' started by tampa, Oct 5, 2002.

1. ### tampa

Does anyone know of a charting program that provides Double EMAs?

I've seen some really, really interesting results using the 6.371, but my software can't duplicate it...

2. ### daniel_m

6.371? wake up man! every one knows it's 6.294!!

3. ### aphexcoil

You are both wrong. PI*2 = 6.2832

4. ### tampa

You're joking - right?

The work that I have seen from Mathis and Rundy out of the Univ. of Pennsylvania is mind-blowing. It has validity for both stocks and futures.

If it does not fit your needs, than so be it - but take a long and hard look at it before knocking it.

It is the most amazing indicator I have ever seen. Go to their web site and see for yourself - it's free.

5. ### Quah

What is a "double EMA"? The EMA of a EMA?

Actually, if you are a fan'o the Fibb, then the answer is either

6.1803 = 10/(GoldenRatio)

or

6.4721 = 4*GoldenRatio

(Just goes to show you that you can find any "magic" number that is close to any other number you pick)

7. ### tampa

Go on smart ass, make fun of it.

I think we all know where you are coming from - Fantasy Land.

Yes...

9. ### Quah

You can do that easily with Ensign.

Most, if not all, of the indicators in Ensign allow you to choose what you want as the input to the indicator - that input can be another indicator.

I've used it to play with triple EMA's. Feeding an EMA into another EMA, making a "double" EMA, then feeding that into another EMA, making a "triple".

10. ### tampa

But will it do fractional averages - i.e. 6.371?

#10     Oct 5, 2002
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