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UNITED
81 posts
msg #47954
Ignore UNITED
11/13/2006 11:17:59 PM

This might sound like a very basic question,but has anyone ever did a study of most active stocks to see if hi volume days lead to further gains or loses??? To clarify,must be on the most active list for at least one day.......


judgetrade
106 posts
msg #47964
Ignore judgetrade
11/14/2006 1:01:34 PM

Volume adds significance to the move, but not as a stand alone indicator.
I use it as an indicator aditionally to rsi (2). The bigger the drop, the lower the the rsi (2), the higher the volumen, the bigger the reversal move.



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