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# Percentage Volume Oscillator PVO

Technical Indicator

The Percentage Volume Oscillator (PVO) is a technical indicator used in chart analysis to measure the momentum and volume of a security instrument over a specified period. It is calculated by taking the difference between two volume-weighted moving averages and then dividing that difference by the average of the two moving averages.

The PVO helps traders and analysts identify potential trends and changes in trend momentum in a security instrument that may not be evident in price movements alone. The PVO is typically used in conjunction with other technical indicators such as moving averages, trend lines, and chart patterns to provide a more complete picture of price and volume trend movements.

Traders can use the PVO in a number of ways, including identifying divergences between the indicator and the price of the security instrument, identifying overbought and oversold conditions, and using it as a signal for entry and exit points.

The formula for PVO is as follows:

PVO = [(Volume Weighted Moving Average short term - Volume Weighted Moving Average long term) / Volume Weighted Moving Average long term] x 100

Where:

Volume Weighted Moving Average short term = the short term moving average of volume
Volume Weighted Moving Average long term = the long term moving average of volume

# Percentage Volume Oscillator PVO

Technical Indicator

The Percentage Volume Oscillator (PVO) is a technical indicator used in chart analysis to measure the momentum and volume of a security instrument over a specified period. It is calculated by taking the difference between two volume-weighted moving averages and then dividing that difference by the average of the two moving averages.

The PVO helps traders and analysts identify potential trends and changes in trend momentum in a security instrument that may not be evident in price movements alone. The PVO is typically used in conjunction with other technical indicators such as moving averages, trend lines, and chart patterns to provide a more complete picture of price and volume trend movements.

Traders can use the PVO in a number of ways, including identifying divergences between the indicator and the price of the security instrument, identifying overbought and oversold conditions, and using it as a signal for entry and exit points.

The formula for PVO is as follows:

PVO = [(Volume Weighted Moving Average short term - Volume Weighted Moving Average long term) / Volume Weighted Moving Average long term] x 100

Where:

Volume Weighted Moving Average short term = the short term moving average of volume
Volume Weighted Moving Average long term = the long term moving average of volume

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