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llow

Syntax

llv = llow(data)
llv = llow(data, nperiods, dim)
llvts = llow(tsobj, nperiods)
llvts = llow(tsobj, nperiods, 'ParameterName', ParameterValue, ...)

Arguments

data

Data series matrix.

nperiods

(Optional) Number of periods. Default = 14.

dim

Dimension.

tsobj

Financial time series object.

'ParameterName'

The valid parameter name is:

  • LowName: low prices series name

ParameterValue

The parameter value is a character vector that represents the valid parameter name.

Description

llv = llow(data) generates a vector of lowest low values for the past 14 periods from the matrix data.

llv = llow(data, nperiods, dim) generates a vector of lowest low values for the past nperiods periods. dim indicates the direction in which the lowest low is to be searched. If you input [] for nperiods, the default is 14.

llvts = llow(tsobj, nperiods) generates a vector of lowest low values from tsobj, a financial time series object. tsobj must include at least the series Low. The output llvts is a financial time series object with the same dates as tsobj and data series named LowestLow. If nperiods is specified, llow generates a financial time series object of lowest low values for the past nperiods periods.

llvts = llow(tsobj, nperiods, 'ParameterName', ParameterValue, ...) specifies the name for the required data series when it is different from the default name. The parameter value is a character vector that represents the valid parameter name.

Examples

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This example shows how to compute the lowest low price for Disney stock and plot the results.

load disney.mat
dis_LLow = llow(dis);
plot(dis_LLow)
title('Lowest Low for Disney')

Related Examples

See Also

Introduced before R2006a


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