Relative Volume or RVOL is an indicator used to help determine the amount of volume change over a given period of time.
It is often used to help traders determine how in-play a ticker is.
General rule of thumb is the higher the RVOL, the more in play a stock is.
I myself like to use it as a substitute of the volume indicator itself.
Relative Volume, often times called RVOL, is an indicator that tells traders how current volume is compared to past trading volumes over a given period. It is kind of a like a radar for how “in-play” a stock is. The higher the relative volume is the more in play it is.
Relative Volume is displayed as a ratio. So if it is showing 3.5 relative volume, that means it...
Relative volume or RVOL for short is an indicator that is used to measure how 'In Play' the stock is. Simply put, it helps to quantify how interested everybody is in the given stock - higher the value, higher the interest and hence higher is the probability for movement in the stock.
I have tried to create RVOL (Relative Volume ) Indicator as per the description...
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Many traders look at volume as a pre-signal that a move may happen.
In trading, some say that "the volume precedes the movement".
This simply means that often volume will increase before a significant...
Relative Volume ( RVol ) is a critical measure of volume flows. It measures current volume in relation to the "usual" volume for this time of the day.
Rate of Change ( RoC ) is a momentum-based technical indicator that measures the percentage change in price between the current price and the price a certain number of periods ago.
Fully Customizable ticker set. Up to 30 Tickers. Bitcoin set as default.
-- IMPORTANT NOTE: --
30 Exchanges are a lot. It can take a while to load. You can fully customize this indicator to your liking. Here's how:
1. Load indicator
2. Open Settings
3. Uncheck the switch box for exchanges you want unincluded
4. At the bottom of the settings...
Relative Volume for 3 minute charts ONLY.
Lookback 20 days.
Historical and average values are used to formulate the ratio.
Thank you to R4Rocket for the initial code.
I also researched the RVOL output in Trade Ideas to align the final ratio as close as possible.
The colors change at different levels:
<0.5 ; Red
0.5 > and <=.65 ; Orange
0.65 > and...
The indicator plots regular volume bars.
The highlight is given by the current cumulative volume for the day, compared to a custom average (standard 20 periods). The stronger the color, the higher the relative volume is. Stocks moving of higher relative volume have higher chances of making predictable moves.