Now available for the first time -
Real-Time Advance Decline
for the Major U.S. Indexes and
Delayed Quotes - U.S. Markets Closed.
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S&P 500 Sentiment Report -
Based on volume and advance/decline indicator of the S&P 500 basket
More Detailed Outlook...
Next Day S&P 500 Outlook:
(Next day outlook is 100% mechanically
calculated and is based on index reaction to similar market sentiment
occurrences in history back to 1997)
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Something that you always
but never knew was available:
analysis is now available for all major US
indexes and exchanges (not just for the NYSE, as was
previously the case);
- Advance/decline analysis is now available on an
intraday level - pick you favorite settings
from a 2-hour view to a 10-year view (traditionally, only an
end-of-day analysis was possible);
- Advance/decline indicators are now available for
momentum volume, as opposite to
just for compound volume (traditional AD compound volume readings
are difficult to analyze on an intraday time frame);
- A history of advances and declines
up to 1997 is now available on an
intraday level (where 1 bar represents 1 minute).
Take a look at the list of indicators you
can now access in real-time:
declining issues these are commonly known as "advances and
Declining Volume: a measure of stock market breadth as well as an
indicator for market strength;
- "New Highs" and "New Lows": provides a
confirmation for the current trend;
Line: If the term is applied to issues (securities), the "A-D
issues line" represents the difference between the number of
advancing and declining issues. The same calculation is available
for volume and for "New Highs" and "New Lows".
Advance/Decline Ratio: calculated by dividing the number of
advancing issues by the number of declining issues. The same calculation
is available for volume and for "New Highs" and "New Lows".
Chart 1: S&p 500
Advances - Declines
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