Quotes - S&P 500 Index:

Advance/Decline Line Calculator


We are the only provider of real-time intraday advance and decline volume charts and indicators for all major U.S. indexes and exchanges.

Advance Decline (AD) Calculator

The calculator accepts only inputs where the start and end dates are at least 5 days apart.

The "Calculate" button has been disabled.

Only members may perform the calculation.

Start of the period (included into calculation)
End of the period (not included into calculation)
Sign up for a
FREE Trial
or Become a member!

Results for the Index
for the period between 09/23/2014 and 10/23/2014

Sum of AD Issues

Advancing Issues:  
Declining Issues:  

The term "declines/advances" represents a cumulative (i.e., running) total of the number of stocks (issues) that have fallen/risen in price compared to their close on the previous trading day.

Sum of New Highs and Lows

New Highs:  
New Lows:  

Sum of AD Volume

Adv. Volume:   K
Decl. Volume:   K
Total:0 K

At any given point during a trading day, the AD cumulative volume encompasses the total volume that has been traded since the opening bell.

Sum of AD Momentum Volume

Adv. Momentum Volume:   K
Decl. Momentum Volume:   K
Total:0 K

The AD momentum volume shows the actual difference between advancing and declining volume, as they occur during the day.

Copyright © 1997-2014 You may not copy, distribute, transmit, display, perform, reproduce, publish, license, sublicense, create derivative works from, transfer or sell any of the Information..More...

About the Advance/Decline Line.

The Advance Decline Line is based on the advances and declines of stocks in the index basket and is calculated as a running total of the advancing issues (stocks) minus the declining issues:

A/D Line = (Advancing Stocks - Declining Stocks) + Previous Period's A/D Line Value

In technical analysis the Advance/Decline Line is used to confirm the strength of a current trend and the possibility that it will reverse. The Advance/Decline Line moves lower when there are more declining issues than advancing issues and moves up when there are more advancing issues than declining issues. This concept allows you to spot changes in the supply and demand.

Disclaimer | Privacy © 1997-2013 All Rights Reserved. SV1
Stocks & ETFs
Advance Decline
Knowledge Base
Trading Systems

© 1997-2014 All Rights Reserved.