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[RS]Long Term Price Range Analysis (MML)

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Study on Price range Regression and range (deviation multiplier needs to be accommodate manually to fit price action)
study was made for time frames above weekly
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study("[RS]Long Term Price Range Analysis (MML)", overlay=true)
Multiplier = input(1)
cadev(src, _length)=>cum(stdev(close, _length))/(n+1)
preHH = nz(HH[1], high[1])
preLL = nz(LL[1], low[1])
HH = high >= preHH ? high : preHH
LL = low <= preLL ? low : preLL
RANGE = HH-LL
pool = 100
CalculateRegression(_pool_size) => (valuewhen(n == _pool_size, LL+(RANGE*0.5), 0)-valuewhen(n == 1, LL+(RANGE*0.5), 0))/(n+1)
RegressionMLine = nz(RegressionMLine[1], valuewhen(n==1, LL+(RANGE*0.5), 0))+CalculateRegression(pool)
stdev_length = 4
cdev = cadev(RANGE, stdev_length)
R_UML6 = RegressionMLine + (cdev*Multiplier)*6
R_UML5 = RegressionMLine + (cdev*Multiplier)*5
R_UML4 = RegressionMLine + (cdev*Multiplier)*4
R_UML3 = RegressionMLine + (cdev*Multiplier)*3
R_UML2 = RegressionMLine + (cdev*Multiplier)*2
R_UML1 = RegressionMLine + (cdev*Multiplier)*1
R_DML1 = RegressionMLine - (cdev*Multiplier)*1
R_DML2 = RegressionMLine - (cdev*Multiplier)*2
R_DML3 = RegressionMLine - (cdev*Multiplier)*3
R_DML4 = RegressionMLine - (cdev*Multiplier)*4
R_DML5 = RegressionMLine - (cdev*Multiplier)*5
R_DML6 = RegressionMLine - (cdev*Multiplier)*6
plot(R_UML6, color=black, offset=-pool, linewidth=1)
plot(R_UML5, color=black, offset=-pool, linewidth=1)
plot(R_UML4, color=black, offset=-pool, linewidth=2)
plot(R_UML3, color=black, offset=-pool)
plot(R_UML2, color=black, offset=-pool)
plot(R_UML1, color=black, offset=-pool)
plot(RegressionMLine, color=black, offset=-pool, linewidth=2)
plot(R_DML1, color=black, offset=-pool)
plot(R_DML2, color=black, offset=-pool)
plot(R_DML3, color=black, offset=-pool)
plot(R_DML4, color=black, offset=-pool, linewidth=2)
plot(R_DML5, color=black, offset=-pool, linewidth=1)
plot(R_DML6, color=black, offset=-pool, linewidth=1)
//plot(HH)
//plot(LL)

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This is the ridiculous data. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euro#Introduction EUro didn't exist before 1992. But the data above has from 1972??? OMG -
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lol.. probably a weighted average of the old currencies.. data looks to fit tho...
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