cumulative volume index (CVI)


A method that is used in technical analysis whereby the movement of money that is flowing both into and out of the whole market can be measured for a specific time frame. This is done by determining the overall difference between the stocks that have advancing prices with stocks that have declining prices.
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cumulative translation adjustment (CTA) cumulative voting