Everything on Volume in Share market

Volume is the sum all numbers. This is the total volume of shares sold or bought within a time period. This is the total turnover of shares.

Each trade counts as a ticket and is added to the total volume. Although the same shares may be traded back and forth multiple times, each transaction is counted separately.

How To Find Volume in a Chart

Trading volume is shown visually at the bottom of the price chart throughout the day. Usually, it is displayed in a vertical bar that indicates the total volume for the 5-minute period. Some traders prefer to use a moving Average to spot excessive or inadequate volume.

Why Volume is important?

Volume refers to the stock's dominant intent. A heavier volume means a greater share of trading interest.

A rise in volume can sometimes trigger large price movements in certain cases. However, this is not always the case. This is especially true with algorithms that can predict which price levels will cause significant movement. Many traders have had success shorting light volume breakouts, which continue to grind higher despite low volume.

Here is where the old saying "Never leave an unskilled market" comes in.

What is relative volume? What is the Impact of Relative Volume?

The relative volume shows the volume relative to the normal. It is shown as a multiple. This means that there has been action.

How do you define volume?

Volume refers to the total number of transactions that took place in a given period. These data include both individual securities and total trades.

Technical analysts also consider volume when determining the best entry and exit points for trades.

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