Below is Original Description
1. When chart resolution is Daily or Intraday (D, 4H, 1H, 5min, etc), Relative Volume shows value based on DAILY. RVol is measured on daily basis to compare past N number of days.
2. When resolution is changed to Weekly or Monthly, then Relative Volume shows corresponding value. i.e. Weekly shows weekly relative volume of this week compared to past 'N' weeks. Likewise for Monthly. You would see change in label name. Like, Weekly chart shows W_RVol (Weekly Relative Volume). Likewise, Daily & Intraday shows D_RVol. Monthly shows M_RVol (Monthly Relative Volume).
3. Added a plot (by default hidden) for this specific reason: When you move the cursor to focus specific candle, then Indicator Value displays relative volume of that specific candle. This applies to Intraday as well. So if you're in 1HR chart and move the cursor to a specific candle, Indicator Value shows relative volume for that specific candlestick bar.
4. Updating the script so that text size and location can be customized.
Changes to Updated Label by me
1. Added Today's Volume to the Label
2. Added Total Average Volume to the Label
3. Comparison vs Both in Single Line and showing how much volume has traded vs the average volume for that time of the day
4. Aesthetic Look of the Label
How to Use Relative Volume for Trading
Using Relative Volume (RVol) in trading can be a valuable tool to help you identify potential trading opportunities and gain insight into market behavior. Here are some ways to use RVol in your trading strategy:
Identifying High-Volume Breakouts: RVol can help you spot potential breakouts when the volume surges significantly above its average. High RVol during a breakout suggests strong market interest, increasing the probability of a sustained move in the direction of the breakout.
Confirming Trends and Reversals: RVol can act as a confirmation tool for trends and reversals. A trend accompanied by rising RVol indicates a strong and sustainable move. Conversely, a trend with declining RVol might suggest a weakening trend or potential reversal.
Spotting Volume Divergence: When the price is moving in one direction, but RVol is declining or not confirming the move, it may indicate a divergence. This discrepancy could suggest a potential reversal or trend change.
Support and Resistance Confirmation: High RVol near key support or resistance levels can indicate potential price reactions at those levels. This confirmation can be valuable in determining whether a level is likely to hold or break.
Filtering Trade Signals: Incorporate RVol into your existing trading strategy as a filter. For example, you might consider taking trades only if RVol is above a certain threshold, ensuring that you focus on high-impact trading opportunities.
Avoiding Low-Volume Traps: Low RVol can indicate a lack of interest or participation in the market. In such situations, price movements may be erratic and less reliable, so it's often wise to avoid trading during low RVol periods.
Monitoring News Events: Around significant news events or earnings releases, RVol can help you gauge the market's reaction to the information. High RVol during such events can present trading opportunities but be cautious of increased volatility and potential gaps.
Adjusting Trade Size: During periods of extremely high RVol, it might be prudent to adjust your position size to account for higher risk.
Using Relative Volume in Morning Session
If the Volume traded in first 15 minute to 30 Minutes is already at 50% or 100% depending upon the ticker, it means that it is going to have very high Volume vs average by end of the day.
This gives me conviction for Long or Short Trades
Remember that RVol is not a standalone indicator; it works best when used in conjunction with other technical and fundamental analysis tools. Additionally, RVol's effectiveness may vary across different markets and trading strategies. Therefore, backtesting and validating the use of RVol in your trading approach is essential.
Lastly, risk management is crucial in trading. While RVol can provide valuable insights, it cannot guarantee profitable trades. Always use appropriate risk management strategies, such as setting stop-loss levels, and avoid overexposing yourself to the market based solely on RVol readings.
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