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Uncommon Volume - a screening tool to see which stocks are heavily traded in the market. This is measured by Stocks with Volume more than 20% of their Average Quarterly Volume. The page shows the volume traded in a stock as well as the average quarterly volume traded. In front of these columns is the ratio between these measures displayed as the uncommon ratio. This ranking tool is useful for investment planning and portfolio construction by analysing which stocks are generating the highest market interest from investors and traders. It is possible to select various markets such as the Russell 1000, S&P 500, DOW and NASDAQ as well as EU stocks, sectors, industries and countries to analyse. Data from this analysis can be transferred to a watchlist or used for back-testing investment ideas.
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