The WAMI was authored by Anthony W. Warren in the Stocks and Commodities Magazine,09/94. The WAMI uses the difference of the current price and the previous price and a couple of moving average methods to conclude its oscillator calculation. The user may change the input (close), methods (WMA,EMA) and period lengths. This indicator’s definition is further expressed in the condensed code given in the calculation below.
How To Trade Using WAMI
The WAMI may be used in conjunction with other studies. No trading signals are calculated for this indicator.
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//input = price, user defined, default is closing price
//method1 = moving average (ma), user defined, default is WMA
//method2 = moving average (ma), user defined, default is EMA
//period1 = user defined, default is 4
//period2 = user defined, default is 13
//period3 = user defined, default is 13
//prev = previous, index = current bar number
prevP = price[index-1]; diff = price - prevP; ma1 = ma(method1, index, period1, diff); ma2 = ma(method2, index, period2, ma1); Plot: wami = ma(method2, index, period3, ma2);