Daily NYSE McClellan Oscillator Chart

NYSE McClellan Oscillator


A-D Line Foretells Job Openings

weekly Chart In Focus

Back in 2011, I wrote about Why Even Fundamental Analysts Should Watch A-D Line, noting that the NYSE A-D Line is very strongly correlated to corporate profits.  But because the A-D Line can be calculated each day in real time, whereas corporate profits are reported with a significant lag, in effect the A-D Line gives a leading indication for what the profits data will look like once they are released.

The same point applies in this week’s chart, which compares the NYSE A-D Line to the... Read More



NYSE: 09/02/2014

 Issues Volume(000s)
Advances 1499   1268938
Declines 1658   1473381
Difference -159   -204443
10% Trend 353 . 461 249365
5% Trend 260 . 108 161576
McC OSC 93 . 352 87788
PRIOR McC OSC 128 . 234 118947
SUMM Index 2760 . 913 825670
PRIOR SUMM Index 2667 . 561 737881
A-D for OSC UNCH 447   337 *
A-D for OSC=0 -1420   -1419 *
*million shares
DJIA Close 17067.56
PRIOR Close 17098.45
DJIA CHG -30.89
DOW Price OSC 61.19
PRIOR DOW Price OSC 56.77
Price OSC UNCH'D 16998.09
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