Investing and Online Business: Hindenburg Omen

Friday, January 3, 2014

Hindenburg Omen

It is worth mentioning a technical indicator for stock market trading, the Hindenburg Omen, which was named after the well-known crash of the German airship in the late 1930s. When both percentages of new 52-week highs, and new 52-week lows, over the total number of stock issues which are traded in... Sign in to see full entry.

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