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McClellan Oscillator Historical Quotes - S&P 500 Index


     

Two months of the SPX McClellan Oscillator daily historical quotes are displayed in the table of quotes below. For older daily data, as well as for intraday SPX McClellan Oscillator real-time and historical quotes, we recommend that you consult our index charts.

S&P 500 Index (^SPX) McClellan Oscillaor Historical Quotes

DateLastChangeAD Oscillator20-day
AD Oscillator
40-day
AD Oscillator
McClellan
(20, 40)
07/24/20140.000.00
07/23/20140.000.00
07/22/20140.000.00
07/21/20140.000.00
07/18/20140.000.00
07/17/20140.000.00
07/16/20140.000.00
07/15/20140.000.00
07/14/20140.000.00
07/11/20140.000.00
07/10/20140.000.00
07/09/20140.000.00
07/08/20140.000.00
07/07/20140.000.00
07/03/20140.000.00
07/02/20140.000.00
07/01/20140.000.00
06/30/20140.000.00
06/27/20140.000.00
06/26/20140.000.00
06/25/20140.000.00
06/24/20140.000.00
06/23/20140.000.00
06/20/20140.000.00
06/19/20140.000.00
06/18/20140.000.00
06/17/20140.000.00
06/16/20140.000.00
06/13/20140.000.00
06/12/20140.000.00
06/11/20140.000.00
06/10/20140.000.00
06/09/20140.000.00
06/06/20140.000.00
06/05/20140.000.00

How to Use the McClellan Oscillator

The McClellan Oscillator is a breadth indicator that is based on the advancing and declining issues (stocks) and is calculated in a way similar to MACD. Like the MACD, the McClellan Oscillator is considered to be a momentum indicator and can be used in the same way as MACD.

The S&P 500 Index (^SPX) McClellan Oscillator is used to generate Buy/Sell signals by attempting to anticipate Bullish and Bearish changes in the S&P 500 Index (^SPX)Advance/Decline statistics.

There are two common ways in S&P 500 Index (^SPX) technical analysis to interpret the SPXMcClellan Oscillator:

  1.  Crossovers of the S&P 500 Index (^SPX) and the zero line - A crossing of the McClellan Oscillator up through zero is interpreted as bullish and can be used as a "Buy signal. Conversely, a crossing of the zero line by the S&P 500 Index (^SPX) McClellan Oscillator on its way down is considered as a bearish sign and can be used as an S&P 500 Index (^SPX) "Sell" signal.
  2.  Divergence of the price and the McClellan Oscillator - When the S&P 500 Index (^SPX) security price trend diverges from the McClellan Oscillator trend, it signals a weakening of the S&P 500 Index (^SPX) current trend and heralds possible coming changes in the current trend.
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