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Updated: 2016-08-14T03:34:09.589-05:00

In the past I have looked at the last change of pr...

2015-07-10T19:43:27.497-05:00

In the past I have looked at the last change of price and used that as the sign for the volume traded at the same price as a previous trade. Thus if the previous trade was an uptick and the current trade is at the same price as the previous one, I count the volume as up volume. That being said, my money flow work now focuses on ETF flows, which I've found to be useful.

Brett

Brett, I am trying to do a study on money flow. My...

2015-07-07T08:44:58.339-05:00

Brett, I am trying to do a study on money flow. My confusion is what to do when when a trade occurs at the same price. During the day we see many odd lots trade at the same price and not 100% sure how to handle them in the calculation. Can you shed some light on how you approach that?

Hi John,For my first effort, I'll be calculating r...

2007-04-29T11:47:00.000-05:00

Hi John,

For my first effort, I'll be calculating relative dollar volume flows for each 15 minute period across the 30 Dow stocks and then seeing how that correlates with price movements in DIA.

Brett

Hi Dr. Brett,Thanks for the clarification. I’m on...

2007-04-29T11:33:00.000-05:00

Hi Dr. Brett,

Thanks for the clarification. I’m one of the insane individuals and I have started toying with developing an indicator for your Relative Dollar Flow.

I’m curious if your calculation changes for an intraday RDF calculation. Since the Net Dollar Volume is calculated for the entire day and then adjusted as you describe.

Do you drop the “Apples to Apples” adjustments and just not compare on an intraday basis, do you perform the adjustments at a set time interval (every X minutes), or am I missing the boat and off base from an intraday perspective?

Thanks,
John