Daily NYSE McClellan Oscillator Chart

NYSE McClellan Oscillator

 

Why Don’t We Use Just Common-Only A-D Numbers?

 
weekly Chart In Focus

For as long as there have been Advance-Decline (A-D) data that people have been interested in following, there have been criticisms of that very A-D data for including “the wrong sorts” of issues.  Back in 1962, Joe Granville and Richard Russell both pointed to the big divergence between the NYSE A-D Line and the major averages like the DJIA.  That divergence preceded a 27% decline in the DJIA, so in that moment the A-D Line suddenly became much more interesting to a lot of people.

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NYSE: 03/24/2017

 Issues Volume(000s)
Advances 1537   1397471
Declines 1420   1466204
Difference 117   -68733
10% Trend 13 . 445 -291939
5% Trend 42 . 132 -157349
McC OSC -28 . 687 -134590
PRIOR McC OSC -36 . 253 -154727
SUMM Index 1679 . 503 -362185
PRIOR SUMM Index 1708 . 190 -227595
A-D for OSC UNCH -15   -427 *
A-D for OSC=0 558   2265 *
*million shares
 
DJIA Close 20596.72
PRIOR Close 20656.58
DJIA CHG -59.86
DOW Price OSC 170.47
PRIOR DOW Price OSC 189.05
Price OSC UNCH'D 20931.43
 
 
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