Upside-Downside Volume Ratio

 

The Upside-Downside Volume Ratio is also market breadth indicator. It is calculated by dividing the volume of advancing issues by the volume of declining issues, using daily or weekly NYSE data. It works very well as an overbought/oversold indicator and as well as a momentum indicator. A moving average should be used to smooth out the swings.

 

 

Date

Adv. Volume

Decl. Volume

AV/DV*100

10-Week MA

09.06.95

673210

732827

92

 

16.06.95

943121

565840

167

 

23.06.95

964871

666807

145

 

30.06.95

674725

765076

88

 

07.07.95

867512

353025

246

 

14.07.95

945574

756197

125

 

21.07.95

755969

1027248

74

 

28.07.95

1008468

584579

173

 

04.08.95

733204

703285

104

 

11.08.95

565588

669580

84

130

18.08.95

796723

615752

129

133

25.08.95

629338

603130

104

127

01.09.95

727349

553140

131

126

08.09.95

746298

418632

178

135

 

 
 

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