Volumes decreasing n price decreasing

#1
Hello friends,

I am nikhil and this is my first post so pardon me if I fail to adhere to any guidelines.

I have a doubt, if the prices r decreasing and volumes are also decreasing, could be sign towards a bullish pattern to form or the price to hike? If yes, why?

Thank you.
 

newtrader101

Well-Known Member
#4
It could mean that the down trend is weakening. Then it might range...
Reversals rarely happen all of a sudden (intraday it may happen...again different stocks behave differently at different times).
A single factor cannot help make a decision.
Even if you read something somewhere you have to study and see it for yourself. And frequency of occurrence etc.
 

jlmalhotra

Active Member
#5
Hello friends,

I am nikhil and this is my first post so pardon me if I fail to adhere to any guidelines.

I have a doubt, if the prices r decreasing and volumes are also decreasing, could be sign towards a bullish pattern to form or the price to hike? If yes, why?

Thank you.
Read Wyckoff to understand price and volume analysis .

Many good PDFs available online I suggest begin with Anna Coulling's A Complete guide to Volume and Price Analysis.
also download this https://www.pdfdrive.com/richard-d-wyckoff-d19938260.html
 
#6
As per Jesse Livermore




" Why market goes up when price and volume are synchronous?

increment in price should rarefy the buying power. but it does not: hence higher prices.

decline in price should stimulate the selling pressure but it does not: hence higher prices. "

Why market goes down when price and volume are asynchronous ?

increment in price is drying up buying power: hence lower prices.

decline in price is energizing selling pressure: hence lower prices. "
 

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