On Balance Volume Flow

On Balance Volume Flow (Expo) – Indicator

Do you want to see how the indicator works in real time? Click at the link below!

Click at the link below to get redirected to the chart at TradingView. The chart displays Wall Street – 5 min timeframe. The indicator setting: Length = 100.

*It takes approximately 10-30 seconds to load the chart. The chart should be viewed preferably at computer.


The indicator works on any timeframe.

*The chart above display DAX in 4 hour chart.


The indicator works on any Stock.

*The chart above display Tesla in daily chart.

Indices / Currencies / Crypto

The indicator works on any indices / currencies and on cryptocurrencies. –> The only prerequisite is that volume is provided on the chart.

*The chart above display Bitcoin in 1 hour chart.


This reviesed indicator uses On Balance Volume (OBV) that measures buying and selling pressure. The indicator is adding volume on up days and subtracting it on down days. OBV was developed by Joe Granville and introduced in his 1963 book Granville’s New Key to Stock Market Profits. It was one of the first indicators to measure positive and negative volume flow. Chartists can look for divergences between OBV and price to predict price movements or use OBV to confirm price trends.

Zeiierman’s On Balance Volume Flow indicator is designed to spot areas where large volumes are traded relative to closing price. The indicator is then able to spot turning points in the market.

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