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KAMA is the abbreviation of Kaufman's Adaptive Moving Average. This Moving Average is automatically trying to adapt to changing trend conditions.
Sideways movements are better recognized here than in normal Moving Averages, since the KAMA is almost horizontal here.
Most of the times it is in trend phases closer to the course than a normal Moving Average, sometimes even on very strong trends.
All in all, it offers different possibilities than a normal Moving Average in some areas, because it would not be suitable for crossovers, for example, because the signals would be too slow.
In any case, you should take it as a supplement, at least it offers a better overlick in sideways movements and in many trend phases also better resistance and support levels.