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Money Flows - Buying on Weakness

by Tom Huggens, 3556 days ago
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The "Money Flows - Buying Weakness" is a list of companies whose stocks are trading lower and have the largest inflow of money for last trading day. This list of stocks is released by the Wall Street Journal.

This object downloads this list and then stores the data in a database, named "buying_weakness", which has the following fields:

Change: This field gets the stock percentage change from the prior day closing price
1_Wk_Change: This field gets the stock one-week percentage change
Money_Flow: The money flow is calculated by subtracting the dollar value of all downtick trades from the dollar value of all uptick trades. The result is expressed in millions of US dollars
Money_Flow_Tickup: This is the uptick volume (in millions of US dollars)
Money_Flow_Tickdown: This is the downtick volume (in millions of US dollars)
Money_Flow_Ratio: The money flow ratio is the ratio of uptick volume to downtick volume.
Block_Trades: The money flow block trades field is calculated by subtracting the dollar value of downtick block-trades from the dollar value of uptick block-trades. A block trade is transaction/trade for purchase or sale of a large quantity of shares. A trade is called block-trade when it contains more 10000 shares of a stock. Generally, block trades can be undertaken only by institutional investors.
Block_Trades_Tickup: This is the uptick volume of block trades
Block_Trades_Tickdown: This is the downtick volume of block trades
Block_Trades_Ratio: This field gets the ratio of block trades uptick volume to block trades downtick volume

The data is updated every hour, between 10 am and 4 pm and therefore if you want to get end-of-day figures, you will need to run this downloader after the market closes (after 4 pm) or before it opens (to get yesterday's figures).


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Object ID: 412


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