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The accumulation/distribution line is similar to [[On Balance Volume]] but varies by adding only a portion of each day's volume to the cumulative total depending on the position of the [[close|closing]] price (see '''calculation''') The accumulation/distribution line is similar to [[On Balance Volume]] but varies by adding only a portion of each day's volume to the cumulative total depending on the position of the [[close|closing]] price (see '''calculation''')
-When the accumulation/distribution line is moving up it depicts buying ([[accumulation]]) and when moving down it depicts selling ([[distribution]]). When a [[divergence]] appears between the accumulation/distribution line and the price it implies that the price will reverse. For example, if the if the accumulation/distribution line is moving up and the price of the [[instrument]] is falling then the price is likely to reverse.+Test When the accumulation/distribution line is moving up it depicts buying ([[accumulation]]) and when moving down it depicts selling ([[distribution]]). When a [[divergence]] appears between the accumulation/distribution line and the price it implies that the price will reverse. For example, if the if the accumulation/distribution line is moving up and the price of the [[instrument]] is falling then the price is likely to reverse.
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The accumulation/distribution line is similar to On Balance Volume but varies by adding only a portion of each day's volume to the cumulative total depending on the position of the closing price (see calculation)

Test When the accumulation/distribution line is moving up it depicts buying (accumulation) and when moving down it depicts selling (distribution). When a divergence appears between the accumulation/distribution line and the price it implies that the price will reverse. For example, if the if the accumulation/distribution line is moving up and the price of the instrument is falling then the price is likely to reverse.

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