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Stochastic Slow Strategy

I am just wondering how you approach a problem which involves previous prices for 14 periods (as the stochastic formula requires)?

How are you storing these, via Queue if so how do you inspect last and certain elements in the queue?

Thanks Josh
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@joyanta build a stochastic indicator in the code library if you're interested? He used exponential moving average and build a candle from the periods. Its on the left side under tab with three cubes

I'd recommend as you mentioned above -- using a queue. To inspect the first and last elements of the queue you could use linq "queue.FirstOrDefault()" or "queue.LastOrDefault()" and ensure you have added at least 14 elements before requesting the data.

Just add "using System.Linq;" to the headers,
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Excellent, thanks!
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