V.6:1 (37-39): Volume analysis Part 1 by John C. Lawlor

V.6:1 (37-39): Volume analysis  Part 1 by John C. Lawlor
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Volume analysis Part 1 by John C. Lawlor

Historically, volume has had only modest use as a technical analysis factor, even though volume, or the magnitude of volume, is a most respected market force. Every day, the 15 most active stocks are listed—a subtle tribute to volume. Most technicians, when referring to price relationships, state that a large move in price should be on increased volume.

Cumulative Volume (CV) as treated in a recent article in Stocks & Commodities (June 1986), is one basic measure of volume. The first important requirement for studying CV is to co-plot it with price. The scale for CV must be properly proportioned so that price and CV will tend to track together for portions of the chart. In addition, the option must be available to vary the CV scale, and to vary the point where price and CV are tied together (coincident). This provides the option of studying divergence over any portion of the chart.

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