Friday, March 23, 2012

MACD Amibroker AFL Code

MACD Indicator is a very popular indicator and is extensively used in the technical analysis in the financial markets.

Those who use Amibroker mostly apply this indicator . However it may happen accidentally that the AFL used for MACD-Moving Average Convergence Divergence is deleted from the software. This brings in a lot of trouble for those who might not be very much familiar with the coding process.

To overcome this problem I am posting the AFL for the indicator here which can be copied from here then applied in the Amibroker software through the Formula Editor .

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r1 = Param( "Fast avg", 12, 2, 200, 1 );
r2 = Param( "Slow avg", 26, 2, 200, 1 );
r3 = Param( "Signal avg", 9, 2, 200, 1 );
Plot( ml = MACD(r1, r2), StrFormat(_SECTION_NAME()+"(%g,%g)", r1, r2), ParamColor("MACD color", colorRed ), ParamStyle("MACD style") );
Plot( sl = Signal(r1,r2,r3), "Signal" + _PARAM_VALUES(), ParamColor("Signal color", colorBlue ), ParamStyle("Signal style") );
Plot( ml-sl, "MACD Histogram", ParamColor("Histogram color", colorBlack ), styleNoTitle | ParamStyle("Histogram style", styleHistogram | styleNoLabel, maskHistogram ) );


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