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Technical Terms

Volume on the Ask (AVOL)

Description

The Ask Volume (AVOL) study displays the total amount of transactions occurring on the Ask in a given interval.

Formula

Ask Volume = Number of contracts traded at the Ask

Parabolic Sar (SAR)

Description

The Parabolic Stop and Reverse (SAR) calculates trailing stop points to use with long and short positions. The SAR was published by J. Welles Wilder as part of a complete trend following system. The dotted lines above the price designate trailing stops for short positions; those below the price are sell stops for long positions.

Formula

For new long positions:

SAR = P + A ( H - P )

Where:

  • SAR = the long Stop and Reverse price at which the position is reversed from Long to Short
  • P = the previous period’s SAR
  • A = the acceleration factor. A begins at .02 for the period immediately after the initial SAR buy stop order opens the current long trade. The next period and each period thereafter, A is increased by .02 for each period that price rises to the highest high level (H) since the current long trade was opened. For periods when price does not set a new high within the current long trade duration, A is left unchanged from its previous period’s level.
  • H = the highest price since the current long trade was opened on a buy stop order.

For new short positions:

SAR = P - A ( L - P )

Where:

  • S = the short side buy Stop and Reverse Price (SAR) at which the position is reversed from short to long
  • P =  the previous period’s SAR
  • A = the acceleration factor. A begins at .02 for the next period immediately after the initial SAR sell stop order opens the current short-side trade. The next period and each period thereafter, A is increased by .02 for each period that price rises to the lowest low level (L) since the current short trade was opened. For periods when price does not set a new high within the current long trade duration, A is left unchanged from its previous period’s level.
  • L = the lowest price since the current short trade was opened on a sell stop order.