Daily NYSE McClellan Oscillator Chart

NYSE McClellan Oscillator

 

EMA or SMA: Which is Better?

 
weekly Chart In Focus

Technical analysts like to put moving averages on their charts, and each analyst has his own favorite for the type of moving average and the  speed at which it adjusts to changes in the data.  The two most common types in use these days are Simple Moving Averages (SMAs) and Exponential Moving Averages (EMAs). 

To understand why technicians care about EMAs versus SMAs, a quick look at this chart provides some an illustration of the difference.  During trending moves upward or downward, a 10%... Read More

 

 

NYSE: 11/19/2019

 Issues Volume(000s)
Advances 1398   1426055
Declines 1526   2088976
Difference -128   -662921
10% Trend 86 . 010 -4069
5% Trend 136 . 941 77956
McC OSC -50 . 931 -82025
PRIOR McC OSC -41 . 096 -47813
SUMM Index 2827 . 783 1517790
PRIOR SUMM Index 2878 . 714 1599816
A-D for OSC UNCH 35   -86 *
A-D for OSC=0 1054   1554 *
*million shares
 
DJIA Close 27934.02
PRIOR Close 28036.22
DJIA CHG -102.20
DOW Price OSC 301.68
PRIOR DOW Price OSC 294.97
Price OSC UNCH'D 27849.54
 
 
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