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Moving Average Trends - Market Indicator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

With three simple moving averages and a list of stocks that compose a market, group, index or sector, the Moving Average Trends is a market breadth indicator that results from a simple calculation on a group of stocks.

First of all, for each stock, the market indicator calculates a short, intermediate...

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Percent Rank Market Indicator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

Percent Rank Indicator measures the percentage of bars whose values are below the current bar value in the past N-bars. A value of 100% indicates that the current value is the highest for the given lookback period, while a value of 0% indicates that the current value is the lowest...
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Percentage Hughes Breadth Momentum Oscillator
by saratur, uploaded several months ago

The Hughes Breadth Index is also known as the The Hughes Breadth-Momentum Oscillator.
It measures the ratio between the difference of advancing and declining issues in an exchange, to the total number of issues. The theory behind the index is that increases in stock prices are preceded by strengthening internals...

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Put minus Call Options Volume - Market Indicator
by Brian Brown, uploaded several months ago

The put minus call options volume is the daily difference between the total put volume generated by optionable stocks and the total call volume.

For each trading day, the composite calculates the difference between put and call volume of each optionable U.S. stock, and then sums these differences. The market indicator...

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Percentage of Nasdaq 100 stocks that closed above their 10 day moving average
by saratur, uploaded several months ago

The percentage of index stocks trading above a specific moving average (PAMA) is a breadth indicator that measures internal strength or weakness in the underlying index. The indicator is used on various time frames - e.g. the 10 or 20 day moving average for short time frame, The 50-day...
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Number of Potential Splits per Trading Day
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This composite is based on "DetectSplits" function, which is a function I have shared few days ago and whose role is to detect potential splits on historical data (Should be mainly used if your data is not split-adjusted).

The composite or market indicator calculates for each stock in your database, the...

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Best Performing VS Worst Performing Stocks
by The trader, uploaded several months ago

The best performing versus worst performing stocks is a composite I have created while trying to find whether the number of stocks with very high increase is higher or not that the number of stocks with very high decrease.

This market indicator calculates the number of stocks whose daily return was...

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