Advance decline line indicator

Advance decline line indicator

The Advance/Decline line is a stock market technical indicator used by speculators to measure the number of individual stocks participating in a market. Advance Decline based indicators are characterized by an increased focus on the relationship between values and fallen in a market index of Odder. In principle, the higher the number, the fallen and the unchanged values for the indicator calculation and used in the above areas attributable to trading volume.

The Advance-Decline Line is the most cited and least understood of all market indicators. The most commonly cited A-D Line is simply a running total. Basically a problem in this context, the data collection dar. In contrast to the USA in this country there are hardly any data providers, which provide the required variables. Anyone wishing to use one indicator to ADG German indices must therefore bear even for the data processing concern. Furthermore, at low rates to market-wide indices like the Dow to exclude the unchanged values of the indicator calculation.


Advance Decline line is one of the most popular breadth technical indicators. You may find it on our index charts for all indexes and exchanges. At Day 25 Plurality Index is a modification or extension of the Absolute Breadth Index (please follow the link regarding Variablendeklarierung and indicator calculation). Specifically, the indicator values over a period of 25 days (hence the name) are summed, which gives the whole a bit langrfristigere orientation. Mathematically, the indicator is calculated as follows:

Day 25 - Plurality - Index (t) = Sum (n) (Absolute - Breadth - Index)

The Advance-Decline line is a fabulous market indicator that can help you confirm trends and predict reversals. Interpretation and applicability are - as with many indicators that the world needs analysis, not necessarily - a matter of taste. Without doubt the market activity is slightly longer than the underlying ABI be measured, given the fundamental concerns like a lack of market direction and some very strange strong market trend indicator curves in phases (bullish trends) remain.