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  • The Internal Dynamics of TRIN by Jack Rusin

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...The Internal Dynamics of TRIN by Jack Rusin Consider four simplified trading days on the New York Stock Exchange: Day 1: 1000 issues advance, 100 decline, with 1,000,000 shares up volume and 100,000 shares down volume. TRIN = (1000/100)/(1,000,000 /100,000) = 10/10 =1.00. Day 2: 100 issues advance, 1000 issues decline, with 100,000 shares up volume and 1,000,000 shares down volume. TRIN = (100/1000)/(100,000/1,000,000) = 0.1/0.1 = 1.00. Day 3: 1000 issues advance, 100 decline, with 1,000,000 shares up volume and 200,000 shares down volume. TRIN = (1000/100)/(1,000,000/200,000) = 10/5 = 2.0...

  • An Issue/Volume Weighted Long-Term Arms Index by Jack Rusin

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...An Issue/Volume Weighted Long-Term Arms Index by Jack Rusin Consider, if you will, two vastly simplified trading days on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). On the first day, 10 issues advance and 10 decline with 100 shares of up volume and 200 shares of down volume. On the second day, the same 10 issues advance and the same 10 decline, but this time there are 200 shares of up volume and only 100 shares of down volume. Using the Arms index, or TRIN (for trading index), for the first day would result in [10/10]/[100/200] or 2. The TRIN for the second day would be [10/10]/[200/100], or 0.50. ...

  • Dow Theory: Bullish Or Bearish? by Jack Rusin

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Dow Theory: Bullish Or Bearish? by Jack Rusin Most people are familiar with the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), but relatively few are familiar with the Dow theory, Charles Dow's major contribution to the study of the stock market. Utilizing forerunners of today's DJIA and Dow Jones Transportation Average (DJTA), the newspaperman worked out his system of analysis and published his original material in a series of intermittent editorials in The Wall Street Journal around the turn of the century. The Dow theory pertains only to the movement of high-capitalization stocks and not to the mor...






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