Upside Downside Unchanged Volume
Plot NYSE or NASDAQ Upside Volume, Downside Volume, or Unchanged Volume (e.g. UPVOL.NY, UVOL, or ADVN.NY) as a percent (values 0 to 1, where 1 = 100%) of Total Volume.
Plot Day, Week, and Month volume and/or chart timeframe period volume.
Plot volume as a histogram, line, or area.
Plot various moving averages of volume...
In Paul F. Desmond's award winning paper in 2002 entitled "Identifying Bear Market Bottoms and New Bull Markets", he proposed an indicator for panic buying and selling that can be used to determine major market bottoms.
The paper explains that in major bear markets, you should have at least one, or more than one multiple 90% down days....
This script takes the total NYSE volume for the day and determines what percentage of that volume is Upside Volume (or buying volume).
What's different in this script compared to others is that the 3 most essential values determined by Paul F. Desmond's Dow Award-winning paper for Lowry's Reports are color coded:
1) 90% Upside Volume Day
2) 80% Upside Volume...
Takes Tradingviews Upside Volume for NYSE and divides it by Total Volume on NYSE.
Tradingview's data source generally has different volume figures than say the Wall Street Journal. Therefore, this indicator is an estimate.
10% upside volume shows extreme panic and is consistent with market sell offs.
90% upside days, following a decline, are often occur within...
Indicator from the paper "IDENTIFYING BEAR MARKET BOTTOMS AND NEW BULL MARKETS"
This paper was the winner of the prestigious 2002 Charles H. Dow Award. Each year the Market Technicians Association, in alliance with Dow Jones and Company, presents an award for excellence in the field of Technical Analysis. The recipient of that award in 2002 was Paul Desmond,...