Intraday Intensity Index

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DEFINITION

A volume based indicator that depicts the flow of funds for a security according to where it closes in its high and low range. Calculated as:



Intraday Intensity Index

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS

This indicator was developed by Dave Bostian. Its goal is to track the activity of institutional block traders.


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