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Vertical Horizontal Filter Backtest

Vertical Horizontal Filter was initiated by Adam White. It was first published
in a magazine called “Issues of Futures” in August, 1991. The Vertical Horizontal
Filter (VHF) is a very common Indicator used by traders to find out the Phase of
a Price Trend. Normally, a price trend can be in a Trending Phase or a Congestion
Phase/Choppy Movement Phase. Adam White created this particular Technical Indicator
to determine whether prices are trending in a particular direction or are they going
through a transitional period. He used it to measure the range of Futures available
in the market.

You can change long to short in the Input Settings
WARNING:
- For purpose educate only
- This script to change bars colors.

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