# PFE (Polarized Fractal Efficiency)

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The Polarized Fractal Efficiency ( PFE ) indicator measures the efficiency
of price movements by drawing on concepts from fractal geometry and chaos
theory. The more linear and efficient the price movement, the shorter the
distance the prices must travel between two points and thus the more efficient
the price movement.

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```////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
//  Copyright by HPotter v1.0 30/06/2014
// The Polarized Fractal Efficiency (PFE) indicator measures the efficiency
// of price movements by drawing on concepts from fractal geometry and chaos
// theory. The more linear and efficient the price movement, the shorter the
// distance the prices must travel between two points and thus the more efficient
// the price movement.
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study(title="PFE (Polarized Fractal Efficiency)", shorttitle="PFE (Polarized Fractal Efficiency)")
Length = input(9, minval=1)
LengthEMA = input(5, minval=1)
hline(50, color=green, linestyle=line, title = "TopBand")
hline(-50, color=red, linestyle=line, title = "LowBand")
PFE = sqrt(pow(close - close[Length], 2) + 100)
C2C = sum(sqrt(pow((close - close[1]), 2) + 1), Length)
xFracEff = iff(close - close[Length] > 0,  round((PFE / C2C) * 100) , round(-(PFE / C2C) * 100))
xEMA = ema(xFracEff, LengthEMA)
plot(xEMA, color=blue, title="PFE")```