This post focuses on customizable Chaikin A/D Oscillator factory scans, which can be edited, modified, or rewritten and then scanned using ChartAlert’s native stock screener or technical analysis scanner, namely the Basic Scanner and Advanced Scanner.

**Display Chaikin AD Oscillator Values**

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```
List symbols
Add Column Chaikin AD Oscillator as COsc
Apply to NSE
```

This scan displays the Chaikin Accumulation/Distribution (A/D) Oscillator Chaikin Accumulation/Distribution (A/D) Oscillator for all symbols in the NSE. It is important to note that in the ChartAlert scripting language, the abbreviation “A/D” is represented as “AD” to avoid confusion with the reserved symbol “/” which typically denotes division.

**OPTION 1**

To observe the functionality of the division symbol “/”, you can display the Chaikin A/D Oscillator values in thousands by implementing the following modification to the scan.

```
List symbols
Add Column Chaikin AD Oscillator/1000 as COsc
Apply to NSE
```

**Chaikin A/D Oscillator turned to Positive**

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```
List symbols where Chaikin AD Oscillator has crossed above 0 after remaining below for 3 bars
Add Column Chaikin AD Oscillator as COsc
Apply to NSE
```

This scan is designed to identify symbols in which the Chaikin A/D Oscillator has recently crossed above the 0 level after having stayed below it for 3 consecutive bars. Additionally, the scan report provides the specific value of the Chaikin A/D Oscillator for each symbol.

**OPTION 1**

The Chaikin A/D Oscillator is commonly utilized in conjunction with other indicators, including the Relative Strength Index (RSI), as demonstrated below.

```
List symbols where ChaikinOsc crossed above 0 after having remained below it for 3 bars
And RSI(14) has crossed above 55
Add Column ChaikinOsc as COsc
Add Column RSI(14) as RSI
Apply to NSE
```

**OPTION 2**

An alternative and more concise name for the Chaikin AD Oscillator is “ChaikinOsc.” Consequently, employing the following scan will yield identical outcomes:

```
List symbols where ChaikinOsc has crossed above 0 after remaining below for 3 bars
Add Column ChaikinOsc as COsc
Apply to NSE
```

**Chaikin A/D Oscillator turned to Negative**

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```
List symbols where Chaikin AD Oscillator has crossed below 0 after remaining above for 3 bars
Add Column Chaikin AD Oscillator as COsc
Apply to NSE
```

This scan is designed to identify symbols that meet the criteria of the Chaikin A/D Oscillator crossing below the 0 level after having stayed above 0 for a span of 3 bars. The output scan report will provide the value of the Chaikin A/D Oscillator.

**OPTION 1**

Additionally, it is common practice to employ the Chaikin A/D Oscillator in conjunction with other indicators, such as the Relative Strength Index (RSI), for a more comprehensive analysis. This combination can yield valuable insights into market trends and potential trading opportunities.

```
List symbols where ChaikinOsc crossed below 0 after having remained above it for 3 bars
And RSI(14) has crossed below 45
Add Column ChaikinOsc as COsc
Add Column RSI(14) as RSI
Apply to NSE
```

**OPTION 2**

The ChartAlert scripting language employs syntax that offers considerable flexibility. As an illustration, the language syntax can be modified as demonstrated below, while still achieving identical outcomes.

```
List symbols where ChaikinOsc crossed below 0 after having remained above it for 3 bars
Add Column ChaikinOsc as COsc
Apply to NSE
```

For comprehensive insights into the Chaikin A/D Oscillator, including its calculation methodology, effective utilization in trading, applicability to both trading and investing purposes, as well as an exploration of its advantages and limitations as an indicator, click here.