johnliang8
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it seems there is no KDJ indicator?
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#1
How come?
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%J line is nothing more than the difference between the other two lines, very similar to MACD.

1. For a no-code solution, subtract StochD from StochK with MathIndOpInd (Transformer indicators group).
2. Tools > New Custom Indicator (C#) allows to formalize it.
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Glitch8
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Eugene, from my reading, the J line also applies some multipliers to both terms, so it looks like we’d need a new indicator to support this request.

https://news.cqg.com/blogs/indicators/2016/08/kdj-indicator
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OK, I haven't seen this source among what I managed to read on topic.
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Glitch8
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It's been integrated for the Build 31 release. And I also added new indicator for Slow Stoch %K and Slow Stoch %D to keep things simple.

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