DEFINITION of 'Time Segmented Volume - TSV'

A technical analysis indicator developed by Worden Brothers Inc. that segments a stock's price and volume according to time intervals. The price and volume data is then compared to uncover periods of accumulation (buying) and distribution (selling).

BREAKING DOWN 'Time Segmented Volume - TSV'

This indicator is similar to on-balance volume because it measures the amount of money flowing in or out of a particular stock.

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