What does the WOM column represent

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What does the WOM column represent

Postby GaryRussell » Fri Nov 18, 2005 9:06 pm

It's the Weight Of Money indicator. It's just the total of the three amounts available to back and lay divided by each other. If it's pink then it may indicate that the price is likely to go out so you can lay it and back later at a higher price and if it's blue then it may shorten so you can back it and lay at a lower price. Obviously there are other factors which influence price movement, but it's something that a lot of people asked me to include.
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