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NYSE Advances and Declines

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NYSE advances and declines object downloads historical end-of-day data of the number of advancing, declining and unchanged stocks that trade in the New York Stock Exchange.

The number of advancing and declining issues is used to calculate several market breadth indicators, for example: Advance/decline line, Absolute breadth index, Advance decline ratio...

Ticker symbols:
$ADV: The number of advancing stocks
$DECL: The number of declining stocks
$UCHG: The number of unchanged stocks

To plot the number of NYSE advances and declines on chart with a different ticker symbol:
adv = GetSeries("$ADV", close, LastData);
decl = GetSeries("$DECL", close, LastData);
Plot(adv,"Advances",colorRed,chartLine,styleOwnScale);
Plot(decl,"Declines",colorGreen,chartLine,styleOwnScale);



Same data but from different providers:
Advance-Decline-Unchanged issues for NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ
Advance/Decline NYSE, Amex and NASDAQ issues


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Object ID: 453


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Market: Stock Market

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