Relative Volume / Volume Breakout Multiplier By Afnan Tajuddin

Introducing the Relative Volume / Volume Breakout Multiplier (RVI), RVI is specifically designed for traders who incorporate volume breakout analysis into their trading strategies, particularly breakout traders.

This indicator provides a unique perspective on volume dynamics by quantifying the extent of volume breakouts in relation to the Simple Moving Average (SMA). It offers an upgraded version of the default volume indicator on TradingView, with the added feature of Relative Volume.

For example, if the volume SMA is 100M and the current volume is 200M, the indicator will return a breakout number of 2.0, indicating that the current volume is twice that of the volume SMA. Conversely, if the volume SMA is 100M and the current volume is 50M, the indicator will return a value of 0.50, indicating that the current volume is half of the volume SMA.

This tool can be a very helpful for breakout traders, helping them identify potential trading opportunities and assess volume strength more effectively. this indicator is a must-have in the toolkit of any trader who focuses on volume breakout analysis.

Remember, every tool we use, every analysis we perform, is a step towards becoming better traders. So, let’s embrace this journey of continuous learning and improvement together. As the saying goes, “The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today." Let’s step into the future with confidence, armed with the right tools and the right mindset.

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Release Notes:
Some minor enhancements have been made.

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