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U.S. Indexes - NASDAQ Q-50 Index
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NASDAQ Q-50 Index
NASDAQ Q-50 Index is comprized of 50 companies that are next in the line to be included in the NASDAQ 100 index. This index is traded on the NASDAQ Exchange.
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*Up-volume is calculated as the sum of the intraday 1-minute volume increments as the index is moving higher; conversely, down-volume is calculated as the sum of the intraday 1-minute volume increments as the index is moving lower.
Quotes for the Previous 9 Trading Days
Quotes for Various Periods
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Advance Decline Quotes for Various Periods
( quotes below are average daily quotes for the period from the "Period Start" until now)
* One calendar week has 5 trading days. Furthermore,
5 trading days are equivalent to 1 calendar week,
10 trading days are equivalent to 2 calendar weeks,
20 trading days are equivalent to 4 calendar weeks or approximately 1 month,
50 trading days are equivalent to 10 calendar weeks or approximately 2 months,
100 trading days are equivalent to 10 calendar weeks or approximately 4 months,
130 trading days are equivalent to 26 calendar weeks or approximately 6 months,
260 trading days are equivalent to 52 calendar weeks or approximately 1 year
Open-high-low-close quotes (also OHLC quotes) are typically used to illustrate movements in the price of the over time. Open-high-low-close quotes are represented on a chart by bars (bar charts). Each vertical line on the chart shows the price range (the highest and lowest prices).
Open-high-low-close quotes are used in technical analysis to build price-based indicators. The majority of the technical studies are based on the close price of the (Moving Average, MACD, RSI, TRIX, etc.). Still, there are a number of important technical indicators (especially volatility indicators) that use open, high and low quotes. Some technical analysts prefer to use typical price instead of close price (quote). The typical price is simply calculated as the average of high, low and close quotes.