|A good oscillator to use for measuring change in accumulation/distribution is the Chaikin oscillator. When the oscillator turns down, it means that there is|
less accumulation than before. When it turns up, we have less distribution. Therefore, we use the peaks of
the Chaikin oscillator to identify turning points.
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