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Trading and Investment Terms

Breadth / Breadth Ratio

The ratio is found by dividing the volume in up stocks by the volume in down stocks for a given time (daily, weekly, etc) 

 

For Example

 

If 30 million shares are moving up while 10 million shares are moving down, the ratio is 3:1. The higher the ratio of up to down and the more the ratio increases in that direction over time, the more bullish the market.

  • Allows you to chart the Breadth Ratio as a line or histogram at the bottom of your breadth chart
  • Be able to compare breadth ratios between different days at a glance
  • Shows the trend of the breadth ratio intraday or historically
  • Includes choice of 14 different ways to plot a line, histogram, arrows, dots, etc.

 

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