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Why do we need to analyze the volumes?

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Why do we need to analyze the volumes?

When do you earn on the stock exchange? Only then, when the price of the selected tool will move in the direction you need. The stronger and further the price moves, the greater the potential of your earnings / loss is. Price is driven by buyers and sellers. Who behaves more aggressive, that pushes the price. Price increases as long as there are buyers and begins to fall, when the number and the power of buyers decreases.
Do the news, fundamental data, support and resistance levels, the intersection of various sliding and etc. have an impact on the price? No, they don’t. If there’re few purchases, then the price falls. If there’re few sales - the price increases. That's the whole logic.
All these factors may affect the traders, as they affect the price by their actions. It turns out that in order to predict the price movement - you need to predict the actions of market participants. The price is derived from their activities. And most of the different indicators are derived from the price.
The price is moved by major purchases or sales. It's not a secret at all. Small speculator or investor will not be able to move the price. A bucket of water will not “increase” the sea. But major player always moves the price, coming in a large way. He knows about it and is prepared for it.
And our task is very simple. To understand what is happening on the market. The battle between the small traders or activity of a major player? When we note it – we need to go in the same direction he has chosen. Then the probability to earn will be much higher.
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is this a rhetorical question?

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is this a rhetorical question?

many are not sure yet

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