Money Flow & Volume
- Accumulation Distribution
Accumulation Distribution tracks the relationship between price and volume and acts as a leading indicator of price movements. The strongest signals are divergences.
- Chaikin Money Flow
Developed by Marc Chaikin, the Chaikin Money Flow indicator often warns of breakouts and provides useful trend confirmation.
- Chaikin Oscillator
Marc Chaikin's oscillator monitors the flow of money in and out of the market.
- Ease of Movement
Richard W Arms' powerful Ease of Movement indicator highlights the relationship between volume and price changes; useful for assessing the strength of a trend.
- Equivolume Charts
The greatest advance in the last decade, equivolume exposes price and volume interaction.
- Force Index
Developed by Dr Alexander Elder, the Force index combines price movements and volume to measure the strength of bulls and bears in the market.
- Money Flow Index
Money Flow Index measures trend strength and warns of likely reversal points.
- On Balance Volume
Developed by Joseph Granville, OBV provides a powerful measure of accumulation and distribution by comparing volume to price movements.
- Price Volume Trend
The Price Volume Trend indicator measures the strength of trends and warns of reversals.
- Twiggs Money Flow
Colin Twiggs' Money Flow is a derivation of the Chaikin Money Flow indicator. Position above/below the zero line gives advance indication of breakouts, while divergences warn of reversals.
- Williams Accumulation Distribution
Williams Accumulation Distribution is traded on divergences. When price makes a new high and the indicator fails to exceed its previous high, distribution is taking place.
Volume highlights unusual trading activity and provide powerful confirmation of price signals.
- Rate of Change (Volume)
The Rate of Change formula can also be applied to volume, where it highlights changes in volume activity.
- Volume Oscillator
Volume Oscillator is an easy to use indicator that highlights changes in volume activity.
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