Dow Jones & Company, a subsidiary of News Corp, publishes The Wall Street Journal and Barron's. In addition to other data, Dow Jones publishes data based on trading on the NYSE, AMEX and Nasdaq. Breadth indicators based on new highs and new lows can be used to chart net new highs (new highs less new lows), the high-low ratio (new highs divided by new lows) and the high-low line (cumulative net new highs).
Symbol Group: Dow Jones Breadth Publisher: Dow Jones & Co Update Frequency: End-of-day (EOD).
These indicators are updated after the market close, usually by 6:00 PM ET. Online Source: www.wsj.com Current Symbols: Catalog link
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Users can search for Dow Jones breadth indicators by quantifying their search criteria using the advanced search functions. Searching for “dow and jones amex nasdaq nyse -industrials” is enough to highlight the Dow Jones breadth indicators (without quotations). The word “and” is used to join “dow” and “jones” in order to indicate that both are required. The words “amex nasdaq nyse” are added without a conjunction, which means they may or may not be part of the name. The word “industrials” is preceded with a minus sign to exclude names with this word from the search results.