Dürschner Moving Average - NMA (Zero Lag)

The Dürschner Moving Average was published at the IFTA 2012 (International Federation of Technical Analysts) Journal, page 27.

This moving average follows the Nyquist Sampling Criterion making showing even better behavior on high volatility environments than the Ehlers & Ric's "Zero Lag Moving Average".

From the paper abstract: "The well-known Moving Averages (MA), namely the Simple Moving Average ( SMA ), the Exponential Moving Average ( EMA ) and the Weighted Moving Average ( WMA ), are modified in this paper with the help of the Nyquist Criterion. These modified Moving Averages 3.0 show good smoothing characteristics, illustrate relevant trends and trend reversals in price series without a time lag as far as calculated. With regard to smoothing, trend patterns and time lag bring about a significant improvement on conventional SMA (Moving Averages 1.0: SMA , EMA and WMA ). In addition to this, the efficiency of the Moving Averages 3.0 is demonstrated by applying several tests and a
simple trading system."
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