Stock.Indicators for .NET
Stock.Indicators for .NET is a C# library package that produces financial market technical indicators. Send in historical price quotes and get back desired indicators such as moving averages, Relative Strength Index, Stochastic Oscillator, Parabolic SAR, etc. Nothing more.
It can be used in any market analysis software using standard OHLCV price quotes for equities, commodities, forex, cryptocurrencies, and others. We had private trading algorithms, machine learning, and charting systems in mind when originally creating this community library.
Explore more information:
- Indicators and overlays
- Guide and Pro tips
- Contributing guidelines
- Release notes
- Demo site (a stock chart)
- Contact us
using Skender.Stock.Indicators; [..] // prerequisite: get historical quotes from your own source // example: get 20-period simple moving average IEnumerable<SmaResult> results = quotes.GetSma(20);
See the guide and the full list of indicators and overlays for more information.
- .NET 5.0
- .NET Core 3.1
- .NET Standard 2.0, 2.1
- .NET Framework 4.6.1
The compiled library package is Common Language Specification (CLS) compliant and can be used in other programming languages, including Python and everything in the .NET universe.
This NuGet package is an open-source community project. If you want to report bugs or contribute fixes, new indicators, or new features, please review our contributing guidelines and the backlog.
This repository uses the standard Apache 2.0 open-source license. Please review the license before using or contributing to the software.
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