Triangular Moving Average (TRIMA) is a moving average based indicator that is essentially a double smoothed Simple Moving Average that smooths out the data so clear trade signals are present during periods of volatility.

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Simple license | Margin trading |

Advanced license | Leverage trading |

The Triangular Moving Average (TRIMA) is an average of an average, of the last N prices (P).

First, calculate the Simple Moving Average (SMA):

SMA = (P1 + P2 + P3 + P4 + ... + PN) / N

Then, take the average of all the SMA values to get TRIMA values.

TRIMA = (SMA1 + SMA2 + SMA3 + SMA4 + ... SMAN) / N

The TRIMA can also be expressed as:

TRIMA = SUM (SMA values) / N

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Tip: The exchange doesn't have to be the same exchange you are currently trading on.

**Short Length**Represents the number of candles used for the shorter length calculation.

**Long Length**Represents the number of candles used for the longer length calculation.

Users should use this indicator during periods of high volatility, just like all the other moving average based indicators.

Supported License | Supported Trade Types |

â€‹ | Spot trading |

Simple license | Margin trading |

Advanced license | Leverage trading |

The Triangular Moving Average (TRIMA) is an average of an average, of the last N prices (P).

First, calculate the Simple Moving Average (SMA):

SMA = (P1 + P2 + P3 + P4 + ... + PN) / N

Then, take the average of all the SMA values to get TRIMA values.

TRIMA = (SMA1 + SMA2 + SMA3 + SMA4 + ... SMAN) / N

The TRIMA can also be expressed as:

TRIMA = SUM (SMA values) / N

Exchange Website to monitor

Currency Pair to monitor for trade signals

Update Speed

Trade Signals

Tip: The exchange doesn't have to be the same exchange you are currently trading on.

**Short Length**Represents the number of candles used for the shorter length calculation.

**Long Length**Represents the number of candles used for the longer length calculation.

Users should use this indicator during periods of high volatility, just like all the other moving average based indicators.