Chaikin Money Flow

The Chaikin Money Flow compares the total volume over the last n time periods to the total of volume times the Closing Location Value (CLV) over the last n time periods. The CLV calculates where the issue closes within its trading range.

When the Chaikin Money Flow is above 0.25 it is a bullish signal, when it is below -0.25, it is a bearish signal. If the Chaikin Money Flow remains below zero while the price is rising, it indicates a probable reversal.

The Chaikin Money Flow indicator was developed by Marc Chaikin.

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