This report analyzes the impact of recent 52-week volume of TISCON AG ON (TIS) stock on the share prices (and gains). After reading the report, you will be in a better position to assess the future impact of volumes on prices.
Note: Volume is a measure of the total number of shares traded in the market. These are the tiny bars you will see at the bottom of the conventional price charts.
Below is a table of contents to help you navigate through the report. There are 5 sections in this analysis report.
- How TISCON AG ON (TIS) Weekly Volumes Are Affecting Price
- Did 30 Highest Volume Days Of TIS Closed In Profits?
- How TISCON AG ON (TIS) Monthly Volumes Are Affecting Price
- Volume Of TIS Vs Similar Stocks
- How Annual Volumes Are Affecting TIS Price
Note: Do you want to know the best performing days, months and weeks of TIS recently. We recommend you to read the 52-week highs/lows report for TIS.
1 How TISCON AG ON (TIS) Weekly Volumes Are Affecting Price
First, let us see a graph representing the weekly prices and volumes for the recent 52 weeks between 05-02-2018 and 05-02-2019.
Note: Since prices and volumes are on different scales, we have plotted the percentage change in volumes against the percentage change in prices. In other words, each value denotes the difference (%) between the spot volume/price and the initial volume/price at the start of the graph.
Note: To understand how we created the above graph, here is a table showing sample data.
|Week||Price (Avg.) (€)||Price Change (%)||Volumes (Avg.)||Volume Change (%)|
Now we are going to see if there is a relationship between weekly average volumes of TISCON AG ON (TIS) shares with that of the stock prices. We are going to check the "Correlation" between weekly volumes and prices.
Note: If the word correlation is new to you, here is a simple explanation. Correlation is a technique that apart from other things gives out a number called the correlation coefficient. This coefficient is a measure of how two variables (in our case price and volume) are related. The coefficient can assume values between -1 to +1. Before measuring the coefficient for TIS shares, below is a table that will guide to interpret the value.
|-1 to -0.5.||If volume decreases price increases almost always|
|-0.5 to 0||If volume decreases price increases but not always|
|0||There is no relationship between volume and price|
|0 to 0.5||If volume increases price increases but not always|
|.5 to 1||If volume increases price increases almost always|
TISCON AG ON (TIS) Stock's Price-Volume Correlation Coefficient
We are not going show you the elaborate method of finding the correlation coefficient. (You can read about the method in math books.) Instead, we will straightaway let you know the value between the average volume and price of TIS shares.
Correlation Coefficient Between TIS weekly volumes and prices = 0.26
0.26 indicates a week positive correlation, if volume increases price increases but not always.
2 Did 30 Highest Volume Days Of TIS Closed In Profits?
Note: *This section uses close and not adjusted close.
High volume corresponds to a high interest over a stock. There can be multiple reasons for people showing extraordinary interest towards a share. Positive news like higher than expected earnings will most certainly increase volumes and prices. Negative news like lower than expected profits and tax hikes can again lead to an increase in volumes (but there will be more selling than buying).
Now let us check if the top 30 highest volume days of TISCON AG ON (TIS) resulted in profits. Below table gives you the data.
|Date||Volume||Open (€)||Close (€)||(Close - Open) (€)||Profit/Loss||Gain (%)|
3 How TISCON AG ON (TIS) Monthly Volumes Are Affecting Price
This section is similar to the third section except that now we are going to check the impact of monthly volumes. The timeframe of analysis is similar to that of the first section. We have considered recent 52 weeks of data between 05-02-2018 and 05-02-2019.
Below is the graph showing the monthly volume against monthly price. The graph shows the change (%) in volume against the change (%) in price for you to understand better.
A sample of data used to create the above graph is shown below.
|Month||Price (€)||Price Change (%)||Volumes||Volume Change (%)|
The correlation between the monthly volume and price turns out to be 0.56. Therefore we have a strong positive correlation, Meaning - If volume increases price increases almost always.
4 Volume Of TIS Vs Similar Stocks
You already know that volume is a measure of interest in a particular stock. The reason may be good or bad. The higher than average volume can drive prices up or down depending upon the amount of selling compared to buying. This section compares the interest shown by investors in TIS compared to 5 similar stocks in recent 52 weeks.
|Ticker||Stock Name||Volumes||Avg. Price (€)||Highest Price (€)||Lowest Price (€)|
|TIS||CON AG ON||3514||0||0.14||0.05|
|ARX||TDMI AG O.N.||1003||0.02||0.06||0.00|
|A6T||ARTEC TECHNOLOGIES O.N.||996||4.68||6.95||3.62|
|ADN1||ADESSO AG O.N.||218||57.19||67.00||47.15|
|A1OS||ALL FOR ONE STEEB AG||54||60.70||72.00||47.60|
|AOF||ATOSS SOFTWARE AG||36||82.98||94.20||74.00|
As you can see in the above table, TISCON AG ON (TIS) can be ranked first on volume scale.
5 How Annual Volumes Are Affecting TIS Price
This section is similar to the first and third sections. The first section checked the impact of weekly volume on prices while the second section analyzed the impact of monthly volumes. Now we are going to check the impact of annual average volumes. Below is the volume-change vs price-change graph.
Below table lists a sample of data used to draw the above graph.
|Year||Price (Avg.) (€)||Price Change (%)||Volumes (Avg.)||Volume Change (%)|
The correlation coefficient between the volume and price is -0.09. This is a week negative correlation, Meaning - If volume decreases price increases but not always.
Summary of correlation coefficients of weekly, monthly and annual volumes against price.
|Volume Averaged Over||Coefficient||Meaning|
Volume is an important metric in combination with the price to assess the trend of a stock. For example, if a stock moves steadily up but is associated with feeble volumes, the movement may not be sustainable. On the other hand, if the stock is moving up while the volume is also increasing steadily, the movement will be a sustainable bullish run. Therefore volume plays a key role in assessing the sustainability of a trend.
- We strongly recommend you to go through the TIS Trend Analysis report. That report uses an interesting method involving moving averages to assess trends.
- The expectation of a stock rising is the prime reason why investors are behind it. TIS Stock Rise report will help you know whether the stock is on the rise lately.
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