Ticker Summary

Ticker Summary provides at-a-glance summary information about a ticker near the current bar on the chart:
P/E ratio
Fwd P/E ratio
PEG ratio
Floating shares vs. total shares outstanding
% of trading volume that was short over the last 3 days
Average True Range (ATR) over last 14 days

There are a few less common items of information:
How many ATR multiples the ATR is extended over the last 10 bars. This gives an idea of how far the stock is currently extended.
"R-frequency", explained below.

An optional "ATR Reticule" is shown near the price. This is useful for traders that use ATR as a guideline for price targets and stop losses. On the left is the # of ATRs the stock is currently above the session open. On the right is the # of ATRs the stock is extended above the 10-bar moving average.

R-frequency: a measure of liquidity relevant to your own trading size. It is the frequency at which 1-R of your trading account is traded for a stock. Formula:
(1-R worth of shares) / (average dollar value traded per second), where:
"1-R worth of shares" is how many shares you would buy for a stop loss of -1 ATR, with max risk dollar value based on the Balance and Max Risk % indicator options.
"Average dollar value traded per second" is the 14-day average of ( avg (high, low and close) * daily volume )
R-frequency of a second or less is very liquid. If the value is higher (for example, over 60 seconds) the stock is less liquid and you may have some trouble filling limit orders quickly.
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