Directional Movement Index

Definition

DMI. An indicator used in technical analysis to determine if a financial instrument, such as a stock, is trending in particular direction. It is broken into the positive directional indicator (+DI), negative directional indicator (-DI) and Average Directional Index (ADX). The value of the index can be zero. The higher the value of the DMI, the better the chance that the stock will move.
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