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Ease Movement Value


Ease Movement Value
 The difference between the current bar's mid point (H+L)/2 and previous bar's mid point divided by current bar's volume divided by current bar's range. The average of 'N' bars of this calculation is the Ease of Movement Value.
You have a Buy signal when the line crosses above zero and a sell signal when the line crosses below zero.  Other possibilities are the change of the slope and the change of steps direction.

 

 

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