10 Day Average Volume

What is the definition of 10d Avg Vol?

This is the daily average of the cumulative trading volume for the last 10 days on which there was volume traded for the stock. We look back at most 20 days in order to find the 10 most recent days of trading and, if there are not 10 days of active trading within that period, we return a null figure.

We do this to ensure that the volume information used in the figure is relevant and reflective of current trading conditions on the stock.


Stockopedia explains 10d Avg Vol...

Large institutional funds cannot trade in and out of a stock without leaving their footprints, and learning to read the signs in daily and weekly volume is important. If current volumes are higher than previous volumes while price is increasing, it may be a sign of fund accumulation.

As an example of a volume figure, the 3 month average volume of Vodafone (admittedly a mega-cap) as of May 15th 2015 was 59,376,983.


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