1. Calculate date average in excel - Super User


    You can do this without a helper column, with the caveat that this will not work if there are blank cells in the range. {=AVERAGE(DATE(2015,MONTH(F2:F21),DAY(F2:F21)))}

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  4. Forecasting with Excel: Suggestions for Managers

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    Forecasting with Excel: Suggestions for Managers Abstract This article provides readers and more especially business managers with an overview of moving average,

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    The measure Moving Average 7 Days has a lower number between September 11 and September 17, because it considers September 11 as a day with 0 sales.

  6. Adjusting Strategies to Moving Average Slopes | Investopedia


    Managing interrelationships between price, moving averages and slope can shift the reward: risk equation in your favor.

  7. How to Create a Rolling Forecast of Seasonal Sales in Excel


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  8. Functions DATE, YEAR, MONTH, DAY - Excel Exercise


    Discover how to manipulate dates in Excel with each function of date, year, month and day in order to create dynamic dates

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