How To Calculate Ichimoku Cloud using JavaScript?

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by brennan , in category: Technical Analysis , 2 months ago

How To Calculate Ichimoku Cloud using JavaScript?

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by sherman.carter , 2 months ago

@brennan 

To calculate the Ichimoku Cloud using JavaScript, you need historical price data for a given financial asset, such as the high, low, and close prices for each period.


Here is a basic example of how you can calculate the Ichimoku Cloud using JavaScript:

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// Function to calculate Ichimoku Cloud
function calculateIchimokuCloud(data, period) {
    let ichimokuCloud = [];
    
    for (let i = 0; i < data.length - period + 1; i++) {
        let highs = data.slice(i, i + period).map(d => d.high);
        let lows = data.slice(i, i + period).map(d => d.low);
        
        let tenkanSen = (Math.max(...highs) + Math.min(...lows)) / 2;
        let kijunSen = (Math.max(...highs) + Math.min(...lows)) / 2;

        ichimokuCloud.push({ tenkanSen, kijunSen });
    }

    return ichimokuCloud;
}

// Sample data
const priceData = [
    { high: 100, low: 90, close: 95 },
    { high: 105, low: 95, close: 100 },
    { high: 110, low: 100, close: 105 },
    // Add more data points as needed
];

// Calculate Ichimoku Cloud with a period of 3
const ichimokuCloudData = calculateIchimokuCloud(priceData, 3);

console.log(ichimokuCloudData);


In this example, the calculateIchimokuCloud function takes an array of price data and a period as input. It calculates the Tenkan Sen and Kijun Sen values for each period based on the high and low prices. The function returns an array of objects with the calculated values.


You can modify and expand upon this basic example to include additional calculations for the Chikou Span and Senkou Span A and B lines of the Ichimoku Cloud, as well as plot the cloud on a chart for visualization.