High-Low Ratio

 

The High-Low Ratio is the number of new highs divided by the numbers of new lows. Daily or weekly data may be used in the calculation. Readings do get sometimes very distorted if there are for instance about 600 new highs and 5 new lows or vice versa. A long-period moving average should therefore be applied.

 
 

High-Low Ratio

 

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