Accumulation and Distribution Definiton

The momentum indicator correlates price changes with the volume of trades. The concept is that the larger the volume of transactions accompanying the price movement, the more important it is. This is in the context of the closing price to the price range (H - L).

The closer the closing price is to the high, the greater the volume of trades added to the total. If the closing price is exactly midway between high and low, the indicator is unchanged for that day.

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