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The Ultimate Guide to Trading Volume

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This video gives two main ways in trading based off of volume information. Volume is a fantastic indicator (potentially the most helpful) for trading any type of market + volume trading can be used by breakout traders, swing traders, scalpers and so on. Timeframes: The Volume Trading Rule of Thumb: 1:46 How to Trade Volume Spikes (3 ways): 2:00 How to Trade using Volume Trends: 13:07 Live Example of Volume: 15:04 Get Tradingview Pro for next-level charting: https://tradingview.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=2&aff_id=8388 Suggest a video on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BitcoinTradingChallenge The Platform I use to Trade - https://gdax.com/ The Website I use for Analysis - https://www.tradingview.com/chart/ My Discord Chat: https://discord.gg/MSrNkbg _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Disclaimer: The content covered in this video is NOT investment advice and I am not a financial advisor. The material covered within these videos is for educational purposes only. Always do your own research and only invest based on your own findings and personal judgment. Happy Trading!
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Jonathan Pierre (1 day ago)
can you use volume for swing trading as well?
Shaka Guthridge (3 days ago)
I know that you use TradingView, but I am trying to find the exact volume profile indicator you are using. The one I have doesn't paint like yours in the video and I was wondering if that would matter. Please advise. :)
It likely is due to your settings, feel free to visit my Discord chat channel and ask what other users' VP settings are. That should help.
Gary McEwan (3 days ago)
Another amazing video, 10/10!
Tom Kellett (2 months ago)
Thanks a lot for sharing this - really useful. Would be interested in your perspective on reliability of such volume analysis in stocks as opposed to bitcoin etc. I know that tick vol in stocks / futures is generally thought to be more reliable / less open to manipulation than standard time-based volume.
Ivan Zagoricnik (3 months ago)
hey man thanks for your insights. been trading this crazy market since a year ago now, but your explanations about volume etc especially tensorcharts are very clear and helpful. keep up ur nice work
Do u sell an ebook on how to trade with volume from basic to expert?
Elan Gibb (4 months ago)
Love your videos, thanks a lot!
Andrew Rico (5 months ago)
well , what can i say.....THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
Ali (5 months ago)
This is brilliant, thanks so much for sharing this, donations are due i think
N. Singh (6 months ago)
wow very informative about volume trading that's excellent video please keep making more on volume trading
MorphTW (6 months ago)
This video told me more about volume than any other video i was looking for. All those forex, stocks, options.... masters i was listening to didn't tell much as you did. Thanks!
Louai Major (7 months ago)
why is not smart money part of the calculus. especially on high volume and tails.
Good point, I chose to solely talk about the retail trader aspect during this video with the plan of making an advanced guide to interpreting volume including the three market participants such as the dumb money, smart money and institutional money.
ifoundthistoday (7 months ago)
Hello, you have caused me sleepless nights ... in a good way ... I've been studying Fibonacci and I'm 1/2 way through "Fibonacci Analysis" by Constance Brown ... it's a bit dense but I like it... also I'm starting to understand where to start/end my ranges ... and in her book she references and shows, images where she's using the "Composite Index" indicator that helps her to confirm where to start/end her ranges ... and the cool thing is in "Tradingview" there's her indicator and right away I see it's spot on !! you should do a video discussing this if you haven't already ... I just started watching your videos
Chris Ferrell (8 months ago)
What website and/or software are you using for your charts in these example videos?
Just Tradingview and Google Slides.
MrStoyanG (8 months ago)
Great video thank you. Can you make another video to show, how I can make a proper VPVR (Visible Range on tradingview) adjustment. I'm trading newbie and fallen often in bull and bear traps. my big please to you, can you explain the bull and bear traps problem and how we can us protect and recognise it.
David Najda (8 months ago)
Looking forward to the next video!
Alex Carlins (8 months ago)
Is it wrong to say bitcoin was just in a bear flag before it crashed? Also, in this recent uptrend we see volume decreasing. Based on this video id say that this is not a strong uptrend and we will probably see another market bottom before a stronger uptrend. I dont see a real trend reversal until maybe 8000 - 6000 based on fibs
Thx a lot! Very useful
Benjamin Phoenix (8 months ago)
So the part i have still been unable to grasp is whether i should wait for a volume confirmation - maybe a giant move up or down (missing profit by not being in the trade), and then set my trade, OR am i suppose to see the volume immediately beginning to break the volume moving average and make my trade? My glitch is timing.
We always want to wait for the candlestick and volume bar to fully form. Many trading mistakes can occur because of trades that were entered or exited too early.
Gotthard (8 months ago)
Very helpful, thanks man!
Jim Griffiths (8 months ago)
I'm wondering, how did you do in the most recent Bitcoin "Bloodbath" a day or so ago? I didn't trade during that time since I was fairly busy, so didn't lose/gain anything.
I didn't trade either - so I did not gain or lose when the market tanked.
Jim Griffiths (8 months ago)
I'm so early that I'm in the 144p club.
Jim Griffiths (8 months ago)
Bitcoin Trading Challenge Of course! Thanks for the videos, by the way. It's really valuable information you're giving. Much appreciated.
Haha, I hope that you now are a proud member of the 1080p club.

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