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Price action always rules, but this gives a good glimpse into the health of the markets IMO. So we already know nothing but price action is always 100% correct, otherwise we'd all be rich. But if you look at UVOL/DVOL expansion or contraction in relation to each other you can often get clues on which is the right side of a trade. Background weakness/divergence combined with a crossover can be a VERY powerful tool, as can just a simple crossover though often to a lesser extent. Notice Thursday, wicked divergence, basically hidden selling. So you have UVOL smashing DVOL all day but most the day was consolidation. And it ended with a surge of UVOL but very light price action. I'd like to have more a discussion on this and have it centralized, so though I've posted these charts before on other threads, at Walt's suggestion I'm making it a dedicated thread and have brought in my prior charts.