The McClellan Oscillator is a market breadth indicator developed by Sherman and Marian McClellan.
It is calculated from Net Advances, which is the number of advancing issues minus the number of declining issues. Subtracting the 39-day exponential moving average of Net Advances from the 19-day exponential moving average of Net Advances forms the oscillator.
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This indicator is for the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and indicates the number of stocks in the Top 40 Index above its selected Smooth Moving Average (SMA). Typically the 200SMA is used to see the longer term health of the market and the 50SMA for a short term view. Currently the market has reached a point that less than 2% of stocks were above their 200SMA...
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- The Breadth Ratio v1.1 Indicator is a Market Internals tool based upon the shares traded in stocks that...
DecisionPoint Swenlin Trading Oscillator can be used to identify short-term tops and bottoms. This is a breadth indicator. STO is designed to be calculated using either issues or volume, I will post a follow up indicator that makes use of volume.
You can read about the interpretation of the signals (& gotchas) in the link below.
I have added support for NYSE /...
The Hindenburg Omen, is market breadth signal that marks when a critical set of market factors that can create the necessary conditions for a stock market crash.
Based on Technical Breadth Indicators of the NYSE, a broad equity market index.
More information on the conditions of the Hindenburg Omen can be found here,...
McClellan Summation Index is a breadth indicator derived from McClellan Oscillator ().
The Summation Index is simply a running total of the McClellan Oscillator values. Even though it is called a Summation Index, the indicator is really an oscillator that fluctuates above/below zero. As such, signals can be derived from...
Developed by Sherman and Marian McClellan, the McClellan Oscillator is a breadth indicator derived from Net Advances, the number of advancing issues less the number of declining issues. Subtracting the 39-day exponential moving average of Net Advances from the 19-day exponential moving average of Net Advances forms the oscillator.
As the formula reveals, the...