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## Reference Guide / Indicators / SMA - Simple Moving Average## NameSimple Moving Average ## DefinitionSimple Moving Average is the unweighted arithmetic mean of closing prices over a period of time. It is often used to smooth out short term fluctuations and highlight long term trends. As the calculation is done backwards, the average lags behind the last data point by as much as half of the averaging period. ## ParametersParameter 1 Definition: Averaging Period (days) Default Value: 5 Minimum Value: 1 Maximum Value: 120 ## ExamplesSMA(10).MIN When 10 day Simple Moving Average is at its minimum SMA(5).MAX When 5 day Simple Moving Average is at its maximum RSI(14).SMA(3).GT(60) When 3 day Simple Moving Average on 14 day RSI is greater than 60 ## Sample StrategySimple Moving Average - SMA Strategy |

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