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- Volume Delta
Volume Delta is the net difference between Buy Volume and Sell Volume at a given bar. Positive Delta indicates that Buy Volume > Sell Volume, while Negative Delta means that Sell Volume > Buy Volume. As there is not way to get tick data on Tradingview, calculating Volume Delta is improvised by using the direction of lower timeframe candles and their volume.
- Cumulative Volume Delta (CVD)
CVD is a running total/cumulation of Volume Delta values, where positive VD gets added to the sum and negative VD gets subtracted from the sum. It can be used for trend strength analysis, divergence strategies, sentiment, etc.
- Buy/Sell Volume
Buy and Sell Volume provides an insight into volume activity in a given bar by estimating the buying/selling volume based on the direction of lower timeframe candles and their volume.
- Relative Volume
Relative Volume is used to compare current trading volume to past trading volume over a given period. For instance, a relative volume of 1.0 indicates that volume is at an average level, while a relative volume of 2.0 suggests that the volume is twice as high as the average.
- Cumulative Relative Volume (CRVOL)
CRVOL is a running total/cumulation of Relative Volume values, where RVOL at close>open gets added to the sum and RVOL at close<open gets subtracted from the sum. It can be used for trend strength analysis, divergence strategies, sentiment, etc.
Alerts, aggregated data and more data sets coming in future updates.
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