Welcome to the Core Volumes Indicator. In this first lesson, we give you an overview of the indicator, explaining what is being measured, and how the information can be used as a trading aid.
In this class we explain what volume data is being gathered, where it comes from, how it is calculated, and the benefits & advantqages you need to be aware of.
Learn how the primary measurement of the indicator is the net difference between total buying volume and total selling volume on the customer side of the market.
This lesson explains how the total volume of all orders combined is measured against standardised averages to establish whether the current move is being driven by more, or less order volume than normal for the time period being assessed.
Learn how counter parties are classified between commercials and speculators, and how they are incorporated in to the indicator display.
In this class we explain how the orders are classified by whether they add to, or remove from, open interest. Orders that open new positions add to the strength of a move, whereas orders that close old positions weaken a move.
Welcome to the Core Volumes Indicator. In this first lesson, we give you an overview of the indicator, explaining where the data comes from, what is being calculated and displayed, and how the information can be used.