Stock Market Breadth

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Volume 5 – Stock Market Breadth

The traditional Advance-Decline Line cumulates Advances minus Declines. The Cumulative A-D Ratio is the cumulation of (Advances-Declines)/Issues. Dividing by Issues normalizes the series for the growth in the number of Issues traded.

List of charts

DJIA, NYSE A-D Line, NYSE Cumulative A-D Ratio, daily, 1954-68
DJIA, NYSE A-D Line, NYSE Cumulative A-D Ratio, daily, 1969-83
DJIA, NYSE A-D Line, NYSE Cumulative A-D Ratio, daily, 1984-97
AMEX Market Value Index, AMEX A-D Line & Cumulative A-D Ratio, daily, 1978-97
NASDAQ Composite, NASDAQ A-D Line & Cumulative A-D Ratio, daily, 1978-97
DJIA, NYSE weekly A-D Line & Cumulative A-D Ratio, weekly, 1940-97

The first six charts are two panel, portrait charts with both indicators in the bottom panel for direct comparison. The upper panel is drawn on a logarithmic price scale. The Cumulative A-D Ratio is rescaled to allow a direct comparison with the A-D Line.

DJIA and A-D Line (DJI 30 stocks), daily, 1988-97
DJ Equity Market Index & Cumulative A-D Ratio (DJ Industry Groups), daily, 6/30/82-97

These are two panel, landscape charts. The upper panel is drawn on a logarithmic price scale.

NYSE Composite & NYSE New Highs & New Lows (10 day MA), daily, 1969-83
NYSE Composite & NYSE New Highs & New Lows (10 day MA), daily, 1984-97
NYSE Composite & NYSE New Highs & New Lows (normalized 10 day MA), daily, 1969-83
NYSE Composite & NYSE New Highs & New Lows (normalized 10 day MA), daily, 1984-97
The New Highs and Lows are normalized by expressing them as a percent of Issues Traded.

These are three panel, portrait charts. The upper panel is drawn on a logarithmic price scale.

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