Money Flow Index

The Money Flow Index (MFI) is very similar to the Relative Strength Index (RSI) in that it measures the strength of money flowing in and out of a security. The only difference is that MFI incorporates volume action so it can be seen as a volume-weighted RSI. MFI uses price and volume for identifying overbought or oversold conditions in an asset. Divergence is a key tool for interpreting the indicator.

Custom PCF Formula
100 * SUM(IIF(H + L + C > H1 + L1 + C1, (H + L + C) * V, 0), x) / SUM((H + L + C) * V, x)

Where x is the period which must be an integer.


A formula for a 20 period Money Flow Index can be written as follows.

100 * SUM(IIF(H + L + C > H1 + L1 + C1, (H + L + C) * V, 0), 20) / SUM((H + L + C) * V, 20)

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