• TIS_EMA_Envelope_Free

The EMA Envelope draws 2 lines around an exponential moving average.

Upper line is placed at a fixed ticks distance above the EMA, while the Lower line is placed at same distance below the EMA.

That means the the total width or distance between the 2 lines of the envelope is equal to twice the value of the separation input parameter.

This indicator is used on several setups ;

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