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...
(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.
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...
Add to a quote, set the current total transaction cost (i.e. Spread (%) to 0.04 if BTCUSDT binance future, Spread (base) 0.0001 if trading EURUSD with 1 pip net spread).
Both lines indicate the relative volatility corrected cost of trading (ATR as orange line, StdDev as cyan).
The McClellan Oscillator is a market breadth indicator developed by Sherman and Marian McClellan.
It is calculated from Net Advances, which is the number of advancing issues minus the number of declining issues. Subtracting the 39-day exponential moving average of Net Advances from the 19-day exponential moving average of Net Advances forms the oscillator.
This is the "DIX" for the current ticker. Includes MAs/EMAs/regression built in. One issue that I have not taken the time to figure out is that it will not update until the next day. Monday's DIX will not show on here until Tuesday for example. I am sure it is a simple solution, I just have not taken the time to figure it out. If anyone knows the solution, PM...
This study calculates the On-Balance Volume (OBV) and displays it in terms of its Z-Score.
OBV is a great momentum indicator . As the name suggests, OBV predicts changes in price based on the security's volume flow.
if (Current Price > Previous Price)
then Current OBV = Previous OBV + Current Volume
if (Current Price < Previous Price)
This is a smoothed version of the classic On-Balance Volume indicator. And I added a signal line with alerts that the user can set through TradingViews alert panel to indicate long or short play. I also find that this indicator is good to do divergences analysis on the asset you want to trade.
With this script you can select 10 tickers and see the aggregated DIX for them. I have the highest volume equity ETFs as defaults, but one could easily select FAANGM and a few other mega caps and make a FAANGM DIX index by changing the tickers in the settings. One improvement item that I have not gotten around to doing is to create a dollar weighted version of...
This script displays the capitalization of Bitcoin as a percentage of the capitalization of 5 large US corporations: Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Facebook. According to www.tradingview.com these are (at the current time) the largest US companies.
This script shows the London and NY Sessions on your chart. Decided to publish it on demand for user yuan642 :D. Maybe other users may find it helpful.
Looking back on charts it can help to spot certain moves or patterns around certain Session open when high volumes enter the markets.