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IB NYSE advancing and decling volume

Does anyone know the IB symbols for NYSE Advancing Volume and NYSE Declining Volume? My wife can't find them on IB's website. Also if there is a symbol for NYSE Advancing Volume Minus NYSE Declining Volume, that would be good too.

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Indices available with IB are listed here:

http://www.interactivebrokers.com/en/trading/exchanges.php?exch=nyse&showcategories=&ib_entity=llc


AD-NYSE is available real-time, but it only will indicate advancing - declining issues, which does not include volume information.


NYSE TICK and NYSE TRIN are both available real-time and as historical data.


Maybe you can use the TRIN as a substitue for up and down volume.

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My wife says thanks to both of you, as do I. She says that using the trin is a good idea.

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My wife says thanks to both of you, as do I. She says that using the trin is a good idea.

I deleted mine. Fat Tails answered it better. I only now saw that you were looking for ADV/DEC Volume, not Issues....

It's nice to see a mention of market internals, though. I have not seen much discussion about them on this site....


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It's nice to see a mention of market internals, though. I have not seen much discussion about them on this site....

Looking forward to you starting one...

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^ADD is for NYSE Advancing / Declining issues in Kinetick.

Is there a similar one for NASDAQ as well?? what its symbol in Kinetic?

Many thanks in advance.

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^ADD is for NYSE Advancing / Declining issues in Kinetick.

Is there a similar one for NASDAQ as well?? what its symbol in Kinetic?

Many thanks in advance.

Can ask here:

https://futures.io/brokers-data-feeds/25853-dtn-iqfeed-s-robert-carrillo-global-...ing-ask-me-anything.html

Also, I think there is a main breadth thread that has it covered:

https://futures.io/traders-hideout/26571-breadth-indicators-analysis.html

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Hello,

^ADD is for NYSE Advancing / Declining issues in Kinetick.

Is there a similar one for NASDAQ as well?? what its symbol in Kinetic?

Many thanks in advance.

The Kinetick market metrics are all listed here

Kinetick > Streaming real time quotes and historical market data > Market Metrics

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