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I'm looking for an volume indicator that looks a culmination forex market volume, not tick data? (multiple brokers data) Something I can download for free. Tick data doesn't work, it's different than real volume.
I think that's just how FOREX works. FOREX volume is not collected the same way Stock volume is collected. Stock volume is the literal volume. FOREX is like you say, tick data. However, from my understanding the tick data is about 90% as accurate as actual numbers. So, you can still use this strategy for FOREX. Unless someone knows something different.
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