# Time-Series-Forecast (TSF)

The Time-Series-Forecast is quite similar to a moving average. Here, the trend is established based on a regression equation that uses the smallest square formula. The goal of the TSF is to anticipate future price movements with the help of currently existing data.

The TSF reacts faster than the moving averages. These always have time delays when depicting the pre-existing trends. The TSF formula never allows the distance to the current price to become too large, thus permitting sharper trade reversal recognition.

An entry is placed when the price breaks the TSF line from bottom to top.

TSF(int forecast, int period)

TSF(IDataSeries inSeries, int forecast, int period)

TSF(int forecast, int period)[int barsAgo]

TSF(IDataSeries inSeries, int forecast, int period)[int barsAgo]

**double**

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

**TSF**(3,14)[**int**barsAgo] ), the value of the indicator will be issued for the referenced bar.forecast Number of bars used for the forecast

inSeries Input data series for the indicator

period Number of bars included in the calculations

Time-Series-Forecast (TSF)

//Output the TSF values

Print("The current value for the TSF is: " + TSF(3, 14)[0]);

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