GFD Indices Adds Advance Decline and New Highs New Lows Data

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Global Financial Data has added over 100 new technical indices to its GFD Indices.  GFD has calculated the number of new highs, new lows, advances, declines and unchanged stocks for the major United States S&P and Dow Jones Indices.  GFD has been able to calculate Advance-Decline lines for the major indices as well.

                Global Financial already had the most extensive data on new highs, new lows, advances and declines available anywhere on the different stock exchanges with data going back to 1926 for the NYSE, 1959 for the AMEX/NYSE Market, 1972 for NASDAQ and 1987 for the Toronto Stock Exchange.  In addition to this, GFD has weekly advances and declines for the NYSE back to 1939.  Global Financial Data has added an Advance Decline line for each of these exchanges.

                The coverage includes the four major Dow Jones Averages (Industrials, Transports, Utilities and Composite) back to 1957 while the S&P 500 and its 10 Sectors go back to 1957 (the Real Estate sector goes back to 2001).  The S&P 100 and S&P 400 go back to 1991 while the S&P 600 and S&P 1500 go back to 1994. The Russell 2000 goes back to 1995.

                By comparing data on new highs, new lows and the advance decline line against the behavior of the averages and indices, analysts can better understand the interaction of these technical indicators and the indices to improve their understanding of the stock markets in the United States.

                If you would like a list of the new GFD Indices, please contact your salesperson. The GFD Indices include over 1000 series covering bonds, commodities, stocks and real estate.  To get more information on these indices or to subscribe to them, call today to speak to one of our sales representatives at 877-DATA-999 or 949-542-4200.






NYSE Advance-Decline Line 1926-2017

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