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Ratio of Small Cap to Large Cap Stocks
by Patrick Fonce, uploaded several months ago

Small cap refers to publicly traded companies whose market capitalization value is under $1 billion dollar. Small cap stocks have on average outperformed large cap and medium cap stocks over the past decades. The main reason for this is that they are usually companies that have lots of room to...
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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 Composite Index based on the Sharpe Ratio
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

This market index calculates the average Sharpe ratio of all stocks in a specific market. The Sharpe ratio is obtained using the "sharpe" function and it is computed for a period 90 trading days.

The higher the market index value the better it is; this indicates that more stocks have higher...

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Head and Shoulders Pattern Index
by bug man, uploaded several months ago

This is certainly a unique indicator/composite index. It combines the data of two popular and commonly used technical analysis patterns to create an index that tells whether the bullish pattern or the bearish pattern is dominating the market.

These technical analysis patterns are the Head and Shoulders and the Head and...

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Short Ratio Index
by QuantShare, uploaded several months ago

The Short Ratio Index calculates the short ratio of the U.S. market. It sums the short selling volume and the total volume for every U.S. stock (From different exchanges: NYSE, NASDAQ, AMEX...). The first sum is then divided by the second sum to produce the Short Ratio Index.
Short selling data...

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Average Correlation Index - S&P 500
by Tom Huggens, uploaded several months ago

This composite index calculates for each stock, its close price correlation with the close price of an index. It then averages the results and creates the Average Correlation Index, whose symbol name is "Correl_10bars".

For each trading bar and for each stock (only stocks whose close prices are above two are...

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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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