The MAD (Moving Average Difference) study is a trend-following oscillator based on the difference between two simple moving averages of price: a faster and a slower one. The lengths of the moving averages need to be selected so that the length of the slower average is greater than that of the faster one by half-length of the dominant market cycle. The difference between the averages is calculated as percentage of the slower one.

Input Parameters

Parameter Description
fast length The length of the faster moving average.
slow length The length of the slower moving average.


Plot Description
MAD The Moving Average Difference oscillator plot.
ZeroLine The zero level.


*For illustrative purposes only. Not a recommendation of a specific security or investment strategy. 

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