June 30, 2008 at 9:11 pm | | Comments 3

Trading Video – Relative Volume and Day Trading

Here’s another video of a trading lesson to keep in mind this holiday-shortened week.

Shortened trading timeframes might mean tighter stops and a better ability to manage risk, but there are still some important factors to consider, such as relative volume. Today’s video discuses exactly that.

Feel free to share it if you’re a fellow blogger, the embed code is on the YouTube page.

Without further delay, here’s today’s video. Enjoy the show!

Jeff White
President, The Stock Bandit, Inc.
Swing Trading & Day Trading Service

[tags]Stock Market, Day Trading, Stock Trading, Swing Trading, Trading Video, Investing[/tags]

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  1. The VCPI indicator used in conjunction with volume surge and a value line on surge which is tied to the last volume surge bar is very helpful.

  2. Thanks jbhatstl, though I have no idea what the VCPI indicator is. I’ll stick with the usual price patterns!


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