This breadth indicator tool box contains almost every known breadth indicator and even some that were created especially for this product. These breadth indicators are described in detail in Greg Morris’ book “The Complete Guide to Market Breadth Indicators”, published by McGraw-Hill.
There are over 165 indicators for each exchange with many variations, giving you the ability to select different parameters, options, and smoothing techniques. In almost all cases, the indicator gives the analyst the most flexibility possible to tailor the indicator to their personal needs. In the instance where this is not possible, a number of different versions of the indicator are available. Many indicators are available that are identified by their creator or the person who popularized it. For example, there are a number of different versions of the McClellan Summation Index. This allows you to choose the one that best fits your needs.
The toolbox comes with 3 years of historical data.
About Gregory L. Morris
Greg Morris, Chief Investment Officer for Stadion Money Management, Inc. is a long-time proponent of technical market analysis, which he advocates by applying PMFM's rules-based trend-following model to manage over $1.2 billion in assets.
A highly respected author, Mr. Morris' second McGraw-Hill book, The Complete Guide to Market Breadth Indicators, introduces market breadth analysis for investors. A third edition to his best-selling Candlestick Charting Explained was released in March 2006.
Previously, Mr. Morris served as a Trustee and advisor to the MurphyMorris ETF Fund; he also served as Treasurer and Chief Executive Officer of MurphyMorris Money Management Co., the advisor to the Fund, which later merged into PMFM.
From 1995 to 2002, collaborating with former CNBC analyst John Murphy, Mr. Morris was CEO of MurphyMorris Inc., a leading provider of web-based market analysis tools and commentary.
From 1994 to 1996, Mr. Morris was President of G. Morris Corporation, providing products and services for investors and traders, most prominently a series of over 450 Indicators & Trading Systems supporting Windows-based technical analysis software. From 1993 to 1994, Mr. Morris was part of MarketArts, Inc., which launched the first Windows-based technical analysis software program, Windows on Wall Street.
A 1971 University of Texas Aerospace Engineering graduate, Mr. Morris has authored many articles, and often appeared on Financial News Network, Bloomberg TV, and CNBC. He was featured in Business Week in July 2008. He was invited to Italy, Brazil, Canada, and China in 2008 to lecture on the merits of technical market analysis.