GDAX 24 hour volume explained | Value looks WRONG

GDAX 24 hour volume explained | Value looks WRONG

In this video, we are going to examine the 24 hour volume listed on GDAX. By the end of this video, we will see that there is something mysterious about the displayed value.

We know that volume is the total number of units traded for any given asset during a particular period. When we see a volume number for Bitcoin for example, we need to know more than just the number. We need to have context around the number. We need to know when and where the volume occurred.

We learned how to read the volume bars on GDAX over different time periods. The selected time period on the price chart gave us the when and the fact that we are on GDAX gave us the where.

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