Category Archives: Volume Indicators

Volume Oscillator

Volume Oscillator A Volume Oscillator uses a fast and slow moving average to measure whether the volume trend is increasing or decreasing. Conventionally, the fast moving average uses a 14-day period and the slow moving average deploys a 28-day period. … Continue reading

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On Balance Volume

On Balance Volume The On Balance Volume or OBV is a momentum indicator that was introduced by Joseph Granville in 1963 to show the relationship between the volume and price changes over time. The concept behind this indicator is volume … Continue reading

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Money Flow Index

Money Flow Index The Money Flow Index, developed by Colin Twiggs, is one of the most useful and advanced momentum indicators that measure the strength of money flowing in and out of a security. It is a volume-weighted version of … Continue reading

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Chaikin Oscillator

Chaikin Oscillator The Chaikin Oscillator was developed by Marc Chaikin to compare the price and the volume of a security. It is an oscillator indicator that uses the moving averages of the Accumulation/Distribution Line and is used to spot overbought … Continue reading

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Accumulation/Distribution Line

Accumulation/Distribution Line Accumulation/Distribution Line was developed by Marc Chaikin. It is a volume indicator that meausres the demand and supply. It determines whether investors are accumulating (buying) or distributing (selling) securities which takes into account the price and the volume. … Continue reading

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