(Financial Indicator)

Commonly abbreviated as DI.
Is a momentum indicator.
Was developed by James Sibbet.
Takes two parameters: n for the periods of moving averages and c, a threshold constant.
Is computed using the closing prices and volumes.
Returns one time series that is constructed to contain values between and .
FinancialIndicator["DemandIndex",n,c] uses period n moving averages and threshold c.
The first value in the time series after periods.


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See Also

"AverageTrueRange"  "Momentum"  "RelativeStrengthIndex"  "CommodityChannelIndex"