Moving Linear Regression

Moving Linear Regression

Moving Linear Regression (MLR) – indicator indicating the calculated value of the linear regression on each bar (candle). Indicator is drawn on a graph as curve.

It has two parameters:

  • Per – the number of bars (candles) used to calculate the value of the linear regression;
  • Shift – offset relative to the current schedule.

You can use the MLR indicator as a better alternative to the “retarded” Moving Average.

The most effective is the use of the indicator on “Intersection – bounce” strategy (see screenshot 3).

Moving Linear Regression

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