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Slow Stochastic

The slow stochastic indicator is a price oscillator that compares a security’s closing price over “n” range. The most commonly used range for the slow stochastic indicator is 14.

Defaults K=14, D=3
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study(title="Slow Stochastic", shorttitle="SlowStoch")
smoothK = input(14, minval=1), smoothD = input(3, minval=1)
k = sma(stoch(close, high, low, smoothK), 3)
d = sma(k, smoothD)
plot(k, color=black)
plot(d, color=red)
h0 = hline(80)
h1 = hline(20)
fill(h0, h1, color=purple, transp=95)
Thanks for this. I find it very useful. Much appreciated.
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Hi, how this is different from the built-in Stochastic indicator (which includes both fast and slow stochastic) ?
Thanks!
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Oshri17 janfry
@janfry, The main difference between fast and slow stochastics is summed up in one word: sensitivity. The fast stochastic is more sensitive than the slow stochastic to changes in the price of the underlying security and will likely result in many transaction signals.
-Investopedia
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