The video introduces the concept of cumulative volume analysis and its significance in trading. It aims to simplify the understanding of volume and open interest (OI) for traders.

Basic Terms

a) PCR (Put Call Ratio): A ratio used to gauge market sentiment by comparing the total open interest of put options to call options.
b) Volume: The total number of option contracts traded during a specific period, indicating liquidity and potential market activity.

Why Use It?

-> Understanding cumulative volume helps traders assess market liquidity and potential price movements.
-> It provides insights into when large trading activities occur, indicating possible trend changes.
-> Traders can make informed decisions based on volume analysis, especially during intraday trading.


Analysis-> Instrument Overview-> Volume-> Cumulative Volume

How to Use It?

-> Traders can access cumulative volume analysis in trading platforms.
-> Cumulative volume helps identify liquidity and potential trend changes.
-> By analyzing price movement and volume together, traders can anticipate market direction.


a) What is the significance of cumulative volume in trading?

-> Cumulative volume helps traders assess liquidity and potential trend changes by tracking total trading activity.

b) How can I use volume analysis in my trading strategy?

-> Monitoring volume can help you identify entry and exit points, as well as potential reversals in the market.

c) What should I do if I see a sudden spike in volume during trading?

-> A sudden spike in volume may indicate increased market activity. Traders should analyze the situation carefully and consider its impact on their positions.

Additional Resources

a) What Is The Relationship Between Open Interest And Volume In Options Trading?-> Link


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