How Often Does Unusual Buying Volume Portend Long-Term Price Increase in a Stock?

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Unusual buying volume typically portends to the long-term price increase of a stock for a very specific period of time. Find out about how often unusual buying volume portends to the long-term price increase in a stock with help from a registered investment adviser in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Benjamin Lupu, certified financial planner, Kensington AMI registered investment adviser. This subject is about how often unusual buying volume portends a long-term price rise in a given stock. Generally, heavy volume is a short term indicator, not a long term indicator. To try to put together short-term volume with long-term trends is difficult. Hedge funds use this for short term trading not long term trading. When you see rising volume in any stock it does show more investor interest, maybe even institutional or hedge fund interest, but it doesn't portend long-term trends only short-term trends. One tip though, the research hedge funds do in short-term trading, is generally better on the downside, that is stocks that they expect to go down generally they have a better batting average than stocks that they expect to go up. I'm Benjamin Lupu, certified financial planner and that's how often does unusual buying volume portend long-term price increases in a stock.

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