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Indicant Volume Indicator

Last Updated: Tuesday June 19, 2012

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How to Read These Charts.

 The IVI curve (purple) is the Indicant Volume Indicator. It is not the actual volume of shares traded on the exchange, but a statistical representation of those shares.  When it is moving in a downward direction, the market's movement is not robust. 

Conversely, when it is moving up, the market is robust. A market can be robust in either a bullish or bearish mode. A market is not robust when volume is passive. Passive volume is when the Indicant Volume Indicator is moving down or when it is down relative to previous highs. 

Great bull markets require robust volume. Robust volume when the market is going down implies a deep and long lasting bear market. It is always important to differentiate cycles from trends. These charts help you do this.


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