Heikin-Ashi Technique and NMA aka NRTR Trading system

NMA(Nick Moving Average) alias NRTR(Nick Rypock Trailing Reverse Trading system) uses Heikin-Ashi Technique.


Heikin-Ashi is a type of candlestick chart that shares many characteristics with standard
candlestick charts, but differs because of the values used to create each bar. Instead of
using the open-high-low-close (OHLC) bars like standard candlestick charts, the Heikin-Ashi
technique uses a modified formula:


Close = (Open+High+Low+Close)/4
Open = [Open (previous bar) + Close (previous bar)]/2
High = Max (High,Open,Close)
Low = Min (Low,Open, Close)


The above formula can be achieved by the following afl code

HACLOSE=(O+H+L+C)/4;
HaOpen = AMA( Ref( HaClose,  -1 ),  0.5 );
HaHigh = Max( H,  Max( HaClose,  HaOpen ) );
HaLow = Min( L,  Min( HaClose,  HaOpen ) );
Chart for Nifty NMA Daily charts shown above

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Comments

  1. Vivek says

    You are verymuch inovative in exploring ideas and relenlessly sharing ur knowledge with lay people like me. It helps us to understand the intricacies in a simple manner. You are simply fabulous. I am one of your fan and silent student.In the NMA chart above are two lines (blue and green). I could not know if they are reprenting MAs? I will be highly obliged if can elaboratr how thr up and down arrows are drawn or calculated.thanks and best regards.Vivek

  2. Rajandran Rajarathinam says

    Yeah the blue and green line represents only the moving averages 8 EMA and 34 EMA. Its just used for identifying support/Resistance. But it doesnt play any role in Buy/Sell Signal

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