|FJP -- USA Etf|| |
USD 55.45 0.60 1.09%
Investors can use this prediction interface to forecast First Trust historic prices and determine the direction of First Trust Japan AlphaDEX ETF future trends based on various well-known forecasting models. However looking at historical price movement exclusively is usually misleading. Macroaxis recommends to always use this module together with analysis of First Trust historical fundamentals such as revenue growth or operating cash flow patterns. Additionally see Historical Fundamental Analysis of First Trust
to cross-verify your projections.
First Trust Japan AlphaDEX ETF has current Daily Balance Of Power of 0. Balance of Power indicator (or BOP) measures the strength of First Trust Japan AlphaDEX ETF market sensitivity to bulls and bears. It estimates the ability of First Trust buyers and sellers to push price to an extreme high or extreme low level. As a result, by monitoring First Trust Balance of Power indicator one can determine a trend of the price direction.
First Trust Trading Date Momentum
|On July 17 2018 First Trust Japan AlphaDEX ETF was traded for 55.45 at the closing time. Highest First Trust's price during the trading hours was 55.53 and the lowest price during the day was 54.89 . The net volume was 12.7 K. The overall trading history on 17 of July did not affect price variability. The overall trading delta to current price is 0.32% . |
Balance of Power indicator was created by Igor Livshin to predict asset short term price movements or warning signals. If Balance of Power indicator is trended towards the high of its range it will signify that the bulls are in control. On the other hand when the BOP indicator is moving towards the lows of its range it signifies that the bears are in control. If the indicator move from a high positive range to a lower positive range it signifies that the buying pressure is decreasing. Conversely, if the indicator move from a low negative range to a higher negative range it signifies that the selling pressure is decreasing.