Commodity Channel Index

Commodity Channel Index
An index used in technical analysis. High values mean a potential future correction (downward movement in underlying asset) and low values potentially forecast a rally. Details in Donald Lambert's October 1980 article in Commodities Magazine. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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