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Measure the value of the stock market using the Q-Ratio valuation method

This object is a Trading Indicator. Measure the value of the stock market using the Q-Ratio valuation method was created by Brian Brown on June 14, 2010.
The creation of this Fundamental Analysis indicator demanded 1 lines of code.The implementation of this Fundamental Analysis trading indicator necessitated only one line of code.
The Stock indicator is called 'QRatio' and it is created using JScript language.
It gets 0 inputs. The different arguments are:

p = QRatio();

Here is how to plot the trading indicator on a chart:
Plot(QRatio(), "Measure the value of the stock market using the Q-Ratio valuation method", colorRed);

Future and Past Bars:
The function does not require future bars. It necessitates zero past bars.

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Search terms used to find this trading item include FL103164003.Q, stock market valuation methods, total stock market valuation techniques, FL102090005.Q, measuring scrips in stock market

The trading object is saved under the following categories: Fundamental Analysis - United States Stock Market

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