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10-bar moving average return for S&P 500 stocks
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

The S&P 500 - 10-bar moving average return is a market indicator that calculates, each trading day, the 10-bar moving average of each stock that composes the S&P 500 Index. The 10-bar return is then computed for each MA and the results are averaged.

The composite name is "_S&P500_AVGMA". It is...

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Maximum Drawdown Composite Indicator
by MikeMM, uploaded several months ago

The maximum drawdown of a stock is calculated using the "Drawdown" function. This function returns the maximum drawdown of a price series since the first bar.

The maximum drawdown composite indicator averages the max drawdown of all stocks in the universe by calculating the max drawdown of each stock and then...

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Market Breadth Indicator: Average On Balance Volume
by The trader, uploaded several months ago

Average On Balance Volume (OBV) market breadth indicator is the average OBV value of all liquid stocks for each trading day. On Balance Volume is a cumulative indicator that measures buying and selling pressure. It works by adding volume on up days and subtracting volume on down days.

Given the above...

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Ratio of Stocks above and below Bollinger Bands
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

This composite calculates the ratio of stocks trading above their upper Bollinger band to stocks trading below their lower Bollinger band.

The number of stocks trading above/below their upper/lower Bollinger band is computed by comparing the close price to the 20-bar "BbandsUpper"/"BbandsLower" function.
A value of 60 tells us that among stocks...

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Percentage of Stocks Outperforming the S&P 500 Index
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

A stock is outperforming an index over a specific period if its rate of return for this period is higher than the rate of return of the index.

A high percentage of stocks outperforming the S&P 500 index could be considered as a bullish indicator for the market. The higher the...

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Gap Up/Down Market Breadh Indicator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The Gap composite is a market breadth indicator that measures and compares the number of stocks that gapped up and those that gapped down. This market indicator calculates, for each trading bar, the average of the gap difference formula of all stocks in the universe. The Gap difference formula...
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Trading System based on the Previous Week SPY Return
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

This strategy enters a position in the S&P 500 Index (SPY or ^GSPC) when previous week return is negative (Return is calculated based on Monday open price and Friday close price), the trade is closed at the end of the week on Friday. No stop rules are defined.

The trading system...

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