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The TICK is a market breadth indicator that measures the
d i ff e r
ence
between
the
number of New Y
ork Stock
Exchange (NYSE) stocks trading on an
uptick (i.e., last price higher than the
previous price) and the number of stocks
trading on a downtick (last price lower
than the previous price).
For example, if at a given moment
5,200 NYSE stocks were trading up from
their previous prices and 4,800 were
trading down from their previous prices,
the TICK reading would be +400 (5,200-
4,800). The TICK indicator should not be
confused with the term “tick,“ which is
used to describe a minimum price fluc-
tuation.
Positive, rising TICK readings are a
bullish signal; the opposite is true for a
negative,
declining
TICK.

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I N T R A D AY trading with the T I C K
Hlasujte prosím.
The TICK is a market breadth indicator that measures the
d i ff e r
ence
between
the
number of New Y
ork Stock
Exchange (NYSE) stocks trading on an
uptick (i.e., last price higher than the
previous price) and the number of stocks
trading on a downtick (last price lower
than the previous price).
For example, if at a given moment
5,200 NYSE stocks were trading up from
their previous prices and 4,800 were
trading down from their previous prices,
the TICK reading would be +400 (5,200-
4,800). The TICK indicator should not be
confused with the term “tick,“ which is
used to describe a minimum price fluc-
tuation.
Positive, rising TICK readings are a
bullish signal; the opposite is true for a
negative,
declining
TICK. (However,
very high or low TICK readings often
indicate temporary market exhaustion.)
A
declining TICK in a rising market
indicates stocks are beginning to trade
off their highs, signifying the uptrend
may
reverse,
at least temporarily.
Likewise, a rising TICK in a declining
market indicates stocks are starting to
trade off their lows, and a reversal of the
downtrend is possible. For more infor-
mation on the TICK, see “TICK basics,”
p. xx.
When
confirmed
with other tools,
TICK readings can be used to identify
intraday turning points. We’ll look at a
few examples that combine the TICK
with price
patterns
and
Fibonacci
retracement levels.

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