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Moving Averages On Volume

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Can I request a simple moving average be able to be applied to Volume on the IG platform. I imagine you can do this on PRT but as I can't use that on my iPad I use the IG platform. Thanks.

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Sorry no I meant have a physical moving average ontop of the volume bar chart. That was I can see if the days volume is more or less than x days moving average. Thanks.

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6 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

@RichB-Trader,  if you're going to ask for something you may as well go big and ask for two. (see pic) 🙂


CaseyNotes: Very good, 2 it is. I assume that software is MT4?

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@RichB-Trader,  that's correct, it is one thousands of the free download custom indicators for MT4. I happened to have it up on the Dow chart and was looking at that remarkable bull volume bar which did indeed signal the end of the down move.

Also the crossover of 2 moving averages on volume can act similar to those on a chart and signal a change in price direction.


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