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To calculate Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) using Clojure, you will need historical price data and volume data. Here's a simple example of how you can calculate CMF using Clojure:

- First, you need to calculate the Money Flow Multiplier (MF Multiplier) and Money Flow Volume (MFV) for each period.

MF Multiplier = ((Close - Low) - (High - Close)) / (High - Low) MFV = MF Multiplier * Volume

- Next, you need to calculate the Accumulation/Distribution Line (ADL) by summing up the MFV for each period.
- Finally, calculate the Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) by dividing the ADL by the sum of volume for the specified period:

CMF = (ADL / Sum of Volume) * 100

Here's an example implementation of the above steps in Clojure:

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(defn calculate-mf-multiplier [close high low] (let [numerator (- (* (- close low) (- high close)))] (/ numerator (- high low)))) (defn calculate-mfv [close high low volume] (* (calculate-mf-multiplier close high low) volume)) (defn calculate-adl [mfv] (reduce + mfv)) (defn calculate-cmf [adl total-volume] (* (/ adl total-volume) 100)) (defn calculate-cmf-for-period [prices volumes] (let [mfv (map (fn [[close high low] volume] (calculate-mfv close high low volume)) prices volumes) adl (calculate-adl mfv) total-volume (reduce + volumes)] (calculate-cmf adl total-volume))) |

You can then use this function by providing historical price data as input:

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(def prices [[100 110 90] [105 115 95] [110 120 100]]) (def volumes [1000 2000 1500]) (println (calculate-cmf-for-period prices volumes)) |

This code will calculate the CMF for the specified historical price data and volume data. You can modify the input data to calculate CMF for different periods or intervals.

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