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Hello,
I day trade ES. I came across the NYSE market internals called $ADD (Advance/Decline) and $TICK. What's the difference between these two. Both say difference between advancing/upticking conracts and declining/lowticking contracts.
Can someone explain?
thanks

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Hello,
I day trade ES. I came across the NYSE market internals called $ADD (Advance/Decline) and $TICK. What's the difference between these two. Both say difference between advancing/upticking conracts and declining/lowticking contracts.
Can someone explain?
thanks

ADD:
Measures the difference of advancing stocks on the NYSE minus declining stocks on the NYSE.
Advancing means: above its previous session's close.
Declining means: below its previous session's close.

TICK:
Measures the number of stocks ticking up minus stocks ticking down on the NYSE.

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You might like this web site:
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Tick Index:
TICK


Advance Decline:
A/D

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