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The Complete Guide to Market Breadth Indicators

   The Complete Guide to Market Breadth Indicators by Greg Morris

By special permission of the publisher, McGraw-Hill, read the entire chapter, "Breadth Indicators" (click here).

   Breadth of Fresh Air by Greg Morris

The McClellan Summation Index is a summation of the McClellan Oscillator.  In other words, a simple calculation of adding the current McClellan Oscillator to the total of all previous McClellan Oscillators.  The McClellan Oscillator, itself, is calculated using "advancing issues" and "declining issues".  So you can calculate this indicator on any index or ETF where historical advancing and declining issues is available.

Traditionally, unless you calculated the needed historical statistics yourself, this highly regarded indicator could only be applied to the major exchange composites, the NYSE Composite, AMEX Composite and NASDAQ Composite.  Using our historical data, this indicator can now be applied to all the indexes and ETFs on our Compilation List.

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 Breadth Of Fresh Air

As published in the December, 2005 issue of "Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities" Magazine

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Expert guidance to help you use market breadth indicators in your investments.
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"This book should be called the Encyclopedia of Market Breadth because it includes every form of market breadth known to man. A must for any serious student of this important and overlooked subject."

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