Daily NYSE McClellan Oscillator Chart

NYSE McClellan Oscillator


Another Oversold 10% Trend of Daily A-D

weekly Chart In Focus

Back in December 2021, fears about the debut of the Omicron Variant (yes that was just 6 weeks ago) caused a sharp stock market selloff and an oversold condition on a lot of indicators.  I wrote about one of them at this link, and it is worth another look now with this week’s chart.

To review briefly, the 10% Trend of the daily Advance-Decline (A-D) difference is one of the components of calculating the McClellan Oscillator.  See this link.  We still employ the originalist terminology first... Read More



NYSE: 01/26/2022

 Issues Volume(000s)
Advances 1081   1971236
Declines 2323   3598014
Difference -1242   -1626778
10% Trend -658 . 274 -842046
5% Trend -384 . 338 -490153
McC OSC -273 . 936 -351893
PRIOR McC OSC -254 . 217 -324523
SUMM Index -377 . 957 -1734487
PRIOR SUMM Index -104 . 21 -1382593
A-D for OSC UNCH -932   -1194 *
A-D for OSC=0 4547   5844 *
*million shares
DJIA Close 34168.09
PRIOR Close 34297.73
DJIA CHG -129.64
DOW Price OSC -229.26
PRIOR DOW Price OSC -176.09
Price OSC UNCH'D 35054.35
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