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# Dynamic Momentum Index (DMIndex)

The Dynamic Momentum Index, which was developed by Tushar Chande, is a specific variant of the Relative Strength Index. Chande changed the Dynamic Momentum Index in such a way that, based on various factors, the period settings automatically adjust themselves, which he achieved by coupling it to the RSI in order for a volatility component to be present. The definition of this volatility component is based on a 5-day standard deviation of the closing prices. This, in turn, is then compared to the 10-day average of a 5-day standard deviation.

If the Dynamic Momentum Index is showing the overbought area, one speculates on falling prices; if the Dynamic Momentum Index is showing the oversold area, the speculation is on rising prices. Trading in this way makes sense if other indicators such as absCMO are showing a trendless phase, so the point is to trade against the trend. During a strong trend phase, it is recommended to trade in the trend direction; in the phase of an upward trend, one should wait for an oversold situation until a buy signal occurs.

DMIndex(int smooth)

DMIndex(IDataSeries inSeries, int smooth)

DMIndex(int smooth)[int barsAgo]

DMIndex(IDataSeries inSeries, int smooth)[int barsAgo]

**double**

When using this method with an index (e.g.

**DMIndex**(3)[**int**barsAgo] ), the value of the indicator will be issued for the referenced bar.inSeries Input data series for the indicator

smooth Smoothing settings

Dynamic Momentum Index (DMIndex)

//Output of the value for the DMIndex Indicator with a smoothing factor of 3

Print("The current value for the DMIndex is: " + DMIndex(3)[0]);