This Pine Script™ is a specialized tool for traders, designed to automatically plot Fibonacci retracement levels over a user-defined date range in trading charts. It also indicates the extent of price retracement within these levels.
Date Range Customization: Users can specify the start and end dates to focus the analysis on a...
This indicator is meant to observe NYSE & NASDAQ Advance minus Decline Oscillator in one. It also paints extreme levels at +2000 and -2000. It is used in combination to identify changes across the two markets or to observe broad market strength/weakness.
Breakaway momentum is a "breadth thrust" coined by Walter Deemer in the 1970s that occurs when the ten-day total advances on the NYSE are greater than 1.97 times the ten-day total NYSE declines.
This indicator calculates the ratio and plots it as a histogram. The 1.97 threshold is also plotted as a horizontal line. Anytime the histogram gets above the line...
Similar to the USI:ADD index, the NYSE TICK index measures the number of stocks with in the index with positive ticks versus negative ticks. Levels such as +/- 1000 or +/- 2000 can be considered as areas of overbought and oversold.
In index investment, the USI:ADD is the Advance Decline Index that can be plotted in most charting platforms. Just like there is a volatility index for most major indeces (VIX, VOLQ) and even for Apple (CBOE:VXAPL), USI:ADD also has variations specific for the index you are analyzing (SPX: ADD, NASDAQ: ADDQ).
The USI:ADD index is a measurement of stocks in the...
The following is an excerpt from Investment Secrets of a Hedge Fund Manager
"The Connors-Hayward Advance-Decline Trading Pattern (CHADTP) is a proprietary indicator we use to identify short- and intermediate-term overbought and oversold conditions for the stock market and the S&P 500 futures market...
Construction of the CHADTP indicator is simple:
Advance/Decline Line is a Market Breath indicator.
A/D line calculates a ratio between total number stocks advancing and total number of stocks in one day, providing another way to grasp the market breath at any moment.
We think the indicator covers the whole market, as we use data from the three main exchanges: NYSE, NASDAQ and AMEX.
The New York Stock...
NASDAQ Advance/Decline Line is a Market Breath indicator.
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A/D line calculates a ratio between total number of NASDAQ stocks advancing and total number of NASDAQ stocks in one day, providing another way to grasp the market breath at...
// Deviation rate of Chinese stock market index
//The purpose of the indicator is to monitor the Chinese stock market index deviation rate to the 20EMA, so each major index can be observed longitudinally at the same time.
//This indicator give signal of which Index or instrument should you be focused and when should you enter the market to get a long or short...
An indicator for traders who trade intraday on the US market. It makes use of the symbols made available by TradingView to show the number of advancing vs declining stocks.
The GREEN AREA represents advancing issues. The INTENSE GREEN AREA represents the advancing issues at daily high.
The RED AREA represents declining issues. The INTENSE RED AREA represents the...
1) BANKNIFTY Index Advance-Decline count
2) Each session, it reads the number of stock are +Ve or -Ve
3) Whichever the side +Ve or -Ve side moving stock is more than count will be plotted
4) at +/- 7 drawn a dotted line if Count is > = +/-7 Nifty is moving in a strong army
in the current session, 7 Stock is moving in +Ve direction & 6 are in -Ve direction
(1) What is Cumulative A/D Line?
Cumulative A/D Line is a total of advancing issues - declining issues of all time.
This can be used to know long-term trend.(weeks, months long)
(2) How to use this?
- Add this script to your chart.
- Select the market from "Nasdaq", "NYSE", "Nasdaq+NYSE"
- You could change the moving average.
This is the NYSE Advancers - decliners which the SPX pretty much follows. You can chart it like any index (ADD -NYSE $ADV MINUS $DECL) but I find it more useful in a separate panel with colors for direction.
The level gives an idea of days move (example: plus or minus 500 is not much movement through the session) but I follow the direction as when more stocks...
Price is never wrong, but sometimes reading it can be tricky.
Movements in the broader market or a sector can distract from a symbol that's been steadily trending in one direction or another. Sometimes the beginning of a move can also be so subtle that it flies under most people's radar.
Price Streak can help overcome these limitations by tracking consecutive...
An expansion of the Advance Decline Line of the NASDAQ. It can be interesting to compare the Advance Decline Line with the corresponding benchmark index. I therefore made a ranking (0 to 100) based on the performance over the last days (default: 21 days). The difference is the target figure and ranges between -100 (bearish divergence) to +100 (bullish...
An expansion of the Advance Decline Line of the NYSE. It can be interesting to compare the Advance Decline Line with the corresponding benchmark index. I therefore made a ranking (0 to 100) based on the performance over the last days (default: 21 days). The difference is the target figure and ranges between -100 (bearish divergence) to +100 (bullish...