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Google Investing Index

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The Google Investing Index is a measure that tracks google search engine queries related to the market-related keywords such as stock, gold, stock market, etf, exchange traded funds, oil...

This item downloads the Google Investing Index from Google servers and associates the data with the following ticker: ^GOOGLEINDEX

You can of course compare the index with stocks and other indices and see how the index relates to them.
Usually, the index works like the fear Index (Volatility) and spikes when the market is bottoming. The higher the index value the more people are searching for market-related keywords on the Google search engine.

The index inception is January 1, 2004 and its base value for that date is 1. It is calculated and reported as a 7-day moving average.

It is also important to know that the index is calculated based on US search traffic only.

Example of usage:
Detect big spikes in the Google Investing Index:

p = GetSeries('^GOOGLEINDEX', Close);
a = perf(p, 5) > 50;
plot(a, "Google Investing Index Spikes");


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