Manual index. StockSharp

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Methodology for Building an Index Based on Candlestick Closings

Developing an index without using automated tools, such as an index cube, involves direct calculation of values based on candlestick closing data. This approach allows for analysis in Designer and monitoring of market dynamics using more transparent and controlled methods.


Index Calculation Process:
1. Data Collection: Start by collecting candlestick closing data for the period of interest. These data should be current and accurate to ensure the correctness of calculations.
2. Calculate Average: Calculate the average value of the candlestick closings. This can be a simple average or weighted, depending on your methodology and analysis goals.
3. Data Normalization: Normalize the obtained values to standardize the data. This allows for comparison of indices from different time periods or markets.
4. Trend Analysis: Use the resulting index to analyze market trends, identifying potential opportunities or risks.

Advantages of the Method:
- Independence from External Tools: You do not require additional tools, which reduces dependence on third-party developments and platforms.
- Flexibility in Application: You can adapt the method to the specifics of your data and analytical needs.
- Increased Transparency: The method allows for a better understanding of the mechanisms of index formation and its changes.

How to Use This Method in Your Analytical Practice:
1. Integrate the calculation process into your analytical system.
2. Regularly update data and conduct analysis to maintain the relevance of information.
3. Use the developed index for strategic planning and decision-making in financial markets.

Apply this method to create your own indices and enhance your understanding of market trends and dynamics!

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