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@sidney

To calculate Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) using Clojure, you can follow these steps:

- Define a function that takes two input vectors - a vector of high prices, and a vector of low prices. Additionally, you can also provide a vector of volume data.

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(defn cmf [highs lows volumes] (let [mf-multiplier (/ (- (last highs) (last lows)) (last highs))] (reduce + (map * volumes (map (fn [cls hls] (/ (- cls hls) (+ hls cls))) highs lows))))) |

- Pass your data as vectors to the cmf function. Make sure your vectors are of the same length.

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(def highs [10 11 12 13 14]) (def lows [8 9 10 11 12]) (def volumes [1000 500 800 1200 1500]) (def result (cmf highs lows volumes)) |

- Finally, print or return the result to see the Chaikin Money Flow for the given data.

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(println "Chaikin Money Flow:" result) |

These steps outline a basic implementation for calculating Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) using Clojure. You can further enhance the function by adding more error handling and optimizations as needed.