This script is a technical indicator that calculates the year-over-year (YoY) or month-over-month (MoM) returns of a security. The returns are then plotted on a chart, with positive returns colored in green and negative returns colored in red.
Year-over-year growth compares a company's recent financial performance with its numbers for the same month one year earlier. This is considered more informative than a month-to-month comparison, which often reflects seasonal trends.
Year-to-year comparison is a popular and effective way to evaluate a company's financial performance and investment performance. Any measurable event that repeats yearly can be compared based on YoY. As a rule, the indicator YoY (year to year) is the number of percentages indicating an increase or regression in relation to the future or past period. For example,...
Percent Change from Year Ago