Facebook Volume Indicators Chaikin AD Line Overview

FB -- USA Stock  

USD 202.06  0.32  0.16%

Facebook volume-indicators tool provides you with the Volume Indicators execution environment for running Chaikin AD Line indicator against Facebook. Facebook volume indicators are based on Chaikin accumulation (buying pressure) and distribution (selling pressure) factors to determine the likely sustainability of a given price move.
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null. The output start index for this execution was zero with a total number of output elements of zero. The Accumulation/Distribution line was developed by Marc Chaikin. It is interpreted by looking at a divergence in the direction of the indicator relative to Facebook price. If the Accumulation/Distribution Line is trending upward it indicates that the price may follow. If the Accumulation/Distribution Line becomes flat while Facebook price is still rising (or falling) then it signals a flattening of the price values. View also all equity analysis or get more info about chaikin ad line volume indicators indicator.

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Facebook Investor Sentiment
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