Money Flow(redirected from Chaikin Money Flow)
In technical analysis, a measure of the change in value to a security on a trading day. It is calculated by averaging the high price, low price, and closing price and multiplying the result by the trading volume. One compares money flow to the money flow of the previous trading day to determine if it is positive (meaning day 2 is higher than day 1) or negative (meaning the opposite). A negative money flow on a rising share price may indicate that the price increase is unsustainable.