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Cumulative Comparative Ticks Pct
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The ‘Cumulative Comparative Ticks Pct’ (CCTP) indicator, utilizes the tick indexes for the four major markets: NASDAQ, DOW 30, RUSSELL 2000, and the S&P 500. These tick indexes compare the number of stocks that are rising to the number of stocks that are falling on each of these indexes throughout the market session. The CCTP indicator then plots a cumulative percentage for each unique index throughout the day that you can track to see which markets are outperforming or under-performing the others, and to see whether the overall price momentum is positive or negative. See the PDF on the right for more details. Disclosure - All educational content and custom EasyLanguage studies provided are examples for educational purpose only. You alone assume any trading risk associated with the analysis or trading examples provided. Active trading is not suitable for everyone.
The ‘Cumulative Comparative Ticks Pct’ (CCTP) indicator, utilizes the tick indexes for the four major markets: NASDAQ, DOW 30, RUSSELL 2000, and the S&P 500. These tick indexes compare the number of stocks that are rising to the number of stocks that are falling on each of these indexes throughout the market session.

The CCTP indicator then plots a cumulative percentage for each unique index throughout the day that you can track to see which markets are outperforming or under-performing the others, and to see whether the overall price momentum is positive or negative.

See the PDF on the right for more details.

Disclosure - All educational content and custom EasyLanguage studies provided are examples for educational purpose only. You alone assume any trading risk associated with the analysis or trading examples provided. Active trading is not suitable for everyone.

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October 12, 2020 Version: 1
By:JR Trader
I really hate to be so harsh for a review. However, there is absolutely no documentation other than a pdf that is a tool to get the trader to sign up for Neil's youcantrade channel.
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Tradestation 9.5 (Update 22)
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