1.A divergence between the Demand Index and price is a indication.
2.Prices often rally to new highs following an extreme peak in the Demand Index.
3.Higher prices with a low Demand Index often indicate a top in the market.
4.The Demand Index moving through the zero line suggests a change in trend.
5.The Demand Index remaining near the zero line indicates weak price movement that won’t last long.
6.A long-term divergence between the Demand Index and price predicts a major top or bottom.
This indicator differs from other demand index indicators on this site in terms of indicator values. However, I think the low number of zigzags highlights this style. On the other hand, I think important points in terms of trading are added to the indicator: 1) According to many observations, the moments when this indicator crosses the zero line are interpreted as buy signals, and vice versa as a sell signal so the 0 line is shown. 2) Again, according to many observations, when the indicator crosses up its own 20-day (bar) is interpreted as a buy signal, and vice versa as a sell signal. Happy New Year ... NOTE: All these ideas do not contain financial advice.