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chaikosc

Chaikin oscillator

Syntax

```chosc = chaikosc(highp,lowp,closep,tvolume)
chosc = chaikosc([highp lowp closep tvolume])
choscts = chaikosc(tsobj)
choscts = chaikosc(tsobj,'ParameterName',ParameterValue, ... )
```

Arguments

 `highp` High price (vector) `lowp` Low price (vector) `closep` Closing price (vector) `tvolume` Volume traded (vector) `tsobj` Financial time series object

Description

The Chaikin oscillator is calculated by subtracting the 10-period exponential moving average of the Accumulation/Distribution (A/D) line from the three-period exponential moving average of the A/D line.

`chosc = chaikosc(highp,lowp,closep,tvolume)` calculates the Chaikin oscillator (vector), `chosc`, for the set of stock price and volume traded data (`tvolume`). The required inputs are the prices for the high (`highp`), low (`lowp`), and closing (`closep`) prices and the volume traded data `(tvolume)`.

`chosc = chaikosc([highp lowp closep tvolume])` accepts a four-column matrix as input.

`choscts = chaikosc(tsobj)` calculates the Chaikin Oscillator, `choscts`, from the data contained in the financial time series object `tsobj`. `tsobj` must at least contain data series with names `High`, `Low`, `Close`, and `Volume`. These series must represent the high, low, and closing prices, plus the volume traded. `choscts` is a financial time series object with the same dates as `tsobj` but only one series named `ChaikOsc`.

```choscts = chaikosc(tsobj,'ParameterName',ParameterValue, ...)``` accepts parameter name/parameter value pairs as input. These pairs specify the name(s) for the required data series if it is different from the expected default name(s). Valid parameter names are

• `HighName`: high prices series name

• `LowName`: low prices series name

• `CloseName`: closing prices series name

• `VolumeName`: volume traded series name

Parameter values are the character vectors that represent the valid parameter names.

Examples

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This example shows how to compute the Chaikin oscillator for Disney stock and plot the results.

```load disney.mat dis_CHAIKosc = chaikosc(dis); plot(dis_CHAIKosc) title('Chaikin Oscillator for Disney')```

References

Achelis, Steven B. Technical Analysis from A to Z. Second Edition. McGraw-Hill, 1995, pp. 91–94.