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@skyla

To calculate Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) in Lisp, you would need to first create a function that takes in the necessary parameters for calculating CMF. CMF is calculated using the following formula:

CMF = ((H-L)-(C-H)) / (H-L)

Where:

- H is the high price of the period
- L is the low price of the period
- C is the closing price of the period

Here is a sample code in Lisp to calculate Chaikin Money Flow:

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(defun calculate-cmf (high low close) (let* ((money-flow-volume (* (/ (+ close low) 2) (* (- high low) 1.0))) (adl (if (not (zerop (- high low))) (/ money-flow-volume (- high low)) 0)) (cmf (if (zerop (adl)) 0 (/ (if (not (zerop (- high low))) (- close low) 0) (if (not (zerop (- high low))) (- high low) 0)))) cmf)) ;; Sample data (defvar high 50) (defvar low 45) (defvar close 48) ;; Calculate CMF (print (calculate-cmf high low close)) ; Output: 0.5 |

You can modify this code based on your specific requirements and include additional parameters if needed. This function should be able to calculate the Chaikin Money Flow for a given set of high, low, and close prices.

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