Friday, June 28, 2013

Intraday trading with the Tick

The TICK is a market breadth indicator that measures the difference between  the number of New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) stocks trading on an uptick  (i.e., last price higher than the previous price) and the number of stocks trading on  a downtick (last  price lower than the previous price). For example, if at a given moment 5,200 NYSE stocks were trading up from their previous prices and  4,800 were trading down from their previous prices,the TICK reading would be +400 (5,200-4,800). The TICK indicator should not be confused with the term “tick,“ which is used to describe a minimum price fluctuation.
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