Daily NYSE McClellan Oscillator Chart

NYSE McClellan Oscillator

 

How Seasonality Has Changed

 
weekly Chart In Focus

We all know about the factor of seasonality, and especially about how it is distilled into the bit of TV news wisdom, “Sell In May and go away”.  That phrase has been around for decades, originally supposedly referring to traders in England who would “Sell in May and go away, and come back on St. Leger’s Day”.  This referred to the custom of aristocrats, merchants, and bankers who would skip town and go to the country during the hot months, returning for the St. Leger’s Stakes, a horse race... Read More

 

 

NYSE: 08/13/2018

 Issues Volume(000s)
Advances 1032   693091
Declines 1922   2393109
Difference -890   -1700018
10% Trend -71 . 681 -215621
5% Trend 37 . 468 -34802
McC OSC -109 . 148 -180818
PRIOR McC OSC -67 . 038 -103528
SUMM Index 2357 . 010 1279342
PRIOR SUMM Index 2466 . 158 1460161
A-D for OSC UNCH -181   -396 *
A-D for OSC=0 2002   3220 *
*million shares
 
DJIA Close 25187.70
PRIOR Close 25313.14
DJIA CHG -125.44
DOW Price OSC 183.08
PRIOR DOW Price OSC 199.23
Price OSC UNCH'D 25482.09
 
 
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NYSE Up Volume & Down Volume data will report composite trading volume.

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