Price Volume Index

Price Volume Index
   A technical analysis indicator that is essentially a volume-weighted RSI (relative strength index). It attempts to measure the amount of money entering and leaving the market.
   ► See also Moving Average, RSI, Technical Analysis.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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