Wondering how to include Volume into your trading? With this guide you'll get the three most important components of volume based trading:
1. How is Volume represented
2. What does Volume actually mean
3. How to make trading decisions based on it
In this video we start with the theory about trading Volume and its most basic building blocks, so that you can get a firm grasp of it before we move on the wide range of volume based trading indicators that are available in the Trading 212 platform.
Part 2 coming soon but if you have any questions you can share them in the comments and we'll try and get back to you.
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Thank you for a nice educative lesson Dave. Would you please elaborate on some specifics about what exactly the tick volume bar represents?? specificaly in currency markets! What kind of amount it shows (volume number)? Thank you!
David I still have a hard time to get the bottomline idea of tick data with relation to currency market. Please explain what shall we consider as a main cause of the incremental price change (e.i. 1 tick)?. Thank you very much for the following explanations )
Your videos are by far the clearest and most to the point no fluff that I've seen. As I'm learning to trade. Is the Trading 212 pro platform available for use in the U.S.? Or is it only for ppl living in the UK?
Aww :-( . Well thank you for the reply. Do you have a recommended platform that resembles something close to the 212 platform. It looks so clean cut and organized and user friendly. Especially when following along in your videos!
Thanks again, keep up the great no fluff content!
Hi Lūmi, glad to see you enjoy the videos. Due to the regulations, the US residents are not eligible to use the trading account's Real Money Mode. However, the Practice Money Mode is available without limitations.
I've run many correlation studies on ETFs and individual stocks and there is no statistically significant positive correlation between price and volume. In fact, there is a statistically significant inverse correlation between price and volume - as price goes down, volume goes up, and as price goes up, volume goes down. The traditional theory is garbage.
These guys have a trading platform suited for this century (compared to mt4 and other brokers). And not only that, but david gives outstanding tutorials on trading!
Trading 212 is like the Apple of brokers.
Hi Crypto Bandito - the two have different dimensions and are not directly correlated. A big move in price can be done with a lot of volume but the opposite is also true. That's when traders say "large move on thin volume".
What about the candle to volume bar/candle relation ? Meaning when we see a big volume bar/candle but a small candle on the chart we can assume this is a failed breakout for example or a false move to get people on the wrong side on the market. What do you think ?
You do get big moves on thin volume - and small moves on large volume. I don't think every possible combination can be explained so I would never trade just off volume alone but use something else as confirmation. Nothing is 100% correct all the time.
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