UK Accounting Glossary
The Linear Regression Indicator plots the endpoints of a whole series of linear regression lines drawn on consecutive days. The advantage of the Linear Regression Indicator over a normal moving average is that it has less lag than the moving average, responding quicker to changes in direction. The downside is that it is more prone to whipsaws.
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This glossary post was last updated: 22nd March 2020.