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    Larry Williams Accumulation Distribution

    Hi!

    I'm looking for Larry Williams Acc Dist, but I can find only Acc Dist on eSignal...

    Anybody has the efs for Larry Williams Acc Dist?

    If yes, I apreciate if send it for my email. (robertodsbastos@gmail.com)


    Thanks,

    Roberto

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    Re: Larry Williams Accumulation Distribution

    Roberto
    You can find a formula that computes Larry Williams' Accumulation Distribution here
    Alex


    Originally posted by robertodsbastos
    Hi!

    I'm looking for Larry Williams Acc Dist, but I can find only Acc Dist on eSignal...

    Anybody has the efs for Larry Williams Acc Dist?

    If yes, I apreciate if send it for my email. (robertodsbastos@gmail.com)


    Thanks,

    Roberto

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    Hi Alexis!

    Thanks a lot for this! I like this indicator a lot... Searched in the library but didn't find it.

    Do you know if it is possible to overlay one or more simple moving average on top of its LWAccDist? I tried to do this by myself, but without success...

    Thanks again,

    Roberto

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    Roberto
    Assuming I correctly understood what you are asking you cannot overlay [ie drag and drop] a moving average study on to an indicator and have it automatically based on that indicator.
    You will need to either code the moving average study in the indicator's formula or code another formula that calls that indicator's formula and calculates the moving average of it.
    You can find detailed examples on both methods in this thread
    Alex


    Originally posted by robertodsbastos
    Hi Alexis!

    Thanks a lot for this! I like this indicator a lot... Searched in the library but didn't find it.

    Do you know if it is possible to overlay one or more simple moving average on top of its LWAccDist? I tried to do this by myself, but without success...

    Thanks again,

    Roberto

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    Thanks a lot Alexis!

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    Roberto
    You are most welcome
    Alex


    Originally posted by robertodsbastos
    Thanks a lot Alexis!

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