Forex Glossary

Advance/Decline Index

The Advance/Decline (A/D) Index is a technical indicator that measures the breadth of a market by comparing the number of advancing stocks to declining stocks. It helps gauge market strength and can provide insights into potential reversals or confirm trends. Traders use it alongside other indicators to make trading decisions.

Related Terms

Bullish Belt Hold

The bullish belt hold is a candlestick pattern that can indicate a potential bullish reversal in technical analysis. It often occurs during a downtrend and suggests that buying pressure may...

Bearish Engulfing Pattern

The bearish engulfing pattern is a popular candlestick pattern that often signals a potential reversal in an uptrend. It occurs when a small bullish candle is followed by a larger...

Volume-Weighted Average Price (VWAP)

Volume-Weighted Average Price (VWAP) is a trading indicator used in financial markets to calculate the average price of a security or asset over a specified period, taking into consideration the...
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