technical analysis of money flow on our charts could be done via SBV Flow (Selling/Buying Volume Frlow) indicator that allows to generate trading signals from the analysis of selling/buying presure (from supply/demand balance).
SBV Flow has been developed by MarketVolume.com's research team as a variation of the SBV Oscillator. The same as SBV Oscillator it is based on the Selling and Buying volume, however, since calculations are slightly different this indicator delivers different results. Even SBV Flow has an additional parameter "Sensetivity". it is considered easier to use when compared to the SBV Oscillator.
SBV Flow oscillates around 0 (zero) in the range from -100% to +100%. It could be used to analyze money flow (buying and selling volume pressure), measure how strongly a stock is overbought or oversold, define trend and generate trading signals.
As with most indicators oscillating around zero center line, positive SBV Flow readings would indicate bullish sentiment and negative SBV flow readings would suggest negative sentiment. Furthermore, SBV Flow could be used in technical analysis in the same way the other oscillators are.
There are several simple points to keep in mind when analysis SBV Flow:
As was already mentioned above, SBV Flow is similar in technical analysis and signals generation to other indicators oscillating around zero center line. One of the simplest way to et trading signals would be:
Chart 1: SBV Flow and signals generated on the crossovers of the indicator and zero center line.
List of the most traded stocks on the U.S. stock market sorted by average daily trading volume calculated over the past 3 months. The most raded stocks are at the top.
List of the most traded stoks by money fow (MF) on the U.S. stock market sorted by average daily money fow (volume times price per share) over the past 3 months. The most raded stocks are at the top.