Accumulative Swing Index (ASI) - Definition

An indicator used by traders to gauge a security's Long-term Trend by comparing bars which contain its opening, closing, high and low prices throughout a specific period of time. When the ASI is positive, it suggests that the long-term trend will be higher, and when the ASI is negative, it suggests that the long-term trend will be lower. The ASI is often cited as being developed by Welles Wilder.



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ACH
Acid-test ratio
Acknowledge
Acquisition
Acquisition cost
Across the board
ACRS
Action
Action to quiet title
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