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nBarsDown

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Description

The nBarsDown indicator looks for a specified number of falling closing prices.
The following conditions can also be included in the search: - Constantly falling bars - Constantly falling highs - Constantly falling lows

Usage

NBarsDown(int barCount, bool BarDown, bool lowerHigh, bool lowerLow)
NBarsDown(IDataSeries inSeries, int barCount, bool BarDown, bool lowerHigh, bool lowerLow)
NBarsDown(int barCount, bool BarDown, bool lowerHigh, bool lowerLow)[int barsAgo]
NBarsDown(IDataSeries inSeries, bool barCount, int BarDown, bool lowerHigh, bool lowerLow)[int barsAgo]

Return value

double
When using this method with an index (e.g. NBarsDown(...)[int barsAgo] ), the value of the indicator will be issued for the referenced bar.
1 – The condition applies 0 – The condition does not apply

Parameters

inSeries Input data series for the indicator
barCount Required number of successively lower closing prices
barDown Additional condition (true): each close must be lower than the open
lowerHigh Additional condition (true): continuously falling highs
lowerLow Additional condition (true); continuously falling lows

Visualization

nBarsDown

Example

NBarsDown(int barCount, bool BarDown, bool lowerHigh, bool lowerLow)
NBarsDown(IDataSeries inSeries, int barCount, bool BarDown, bool lowerHigh, bool lowerLow)
NBarsDown(int barCount, bool BarDown, bool lowerHigh, bool lowerLow)[int barsAgo]
NBarsDown(IDataSeries inSeries, bool barCount, int BarDown, bool lowerHigh, bool lowerLow)[int barsAgo]