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BSE NSE Most Active Stocks, Stock Market Volume Analysis

BSE NSE Most Active stocks are one of the key data points that most traders and investors tend to look at. Even at LKP Securities, this analysis of active stocks is part of our stock market volume analysis. So, what do we understand by most active stocks? There are two ways to look at most active stocks. Firstly, you can look at most active stocks in terms of number of shares traded. This is very useful when you are looking at mid-cap and small cap cues. Many of these stocks are priced low and hence they will never be able to match up to higher priced stocks. The second approach is to look at most active stocks in terms of value. Of course, this means that your population will be restricted to the very liquid stocks with high prices levels and substantial floating stocks. Stocks like Reliance, Maruti, Tata Motors, and SBI would be the normal candidates to feature in this list…

What do most active stocks indicate?

Most active stocks are important because they indicate the direction in which the momentum is flowing. You will find that when a large stock like Maruti or Reliance goes up, then it is normally accompanied by higher levels of activity. You will find these stocks in the list of most active stocks quite frequently and that is an affirmation of the uptrend in the price. The higher volumes mean that the stock is seeing a deepening and broadening of buying interest. In fact, the LKP Research covers BSE NSE Most active stocks as part of its stock market volume analysis. Let us see the 4 ways in which the LKP web page leverages on the active stocks concept…

Active Stocks and how LKP Research drills it down…

  • The LKP page offers you a choice of NSE stocks and BSE stocks. This will depend on whether you want to drill down to active stocks on the NSE or the BSE. Actually, the BSE would be a better choice for getting volume toppers in the mid-cap and small cap space.
  • The LKP page also looks at most active stocks in terms of volume of shares and value of shares. Volume of shares is more important when we look at low-priced stocks. If you consider a value based approach then your list of active stocks is likely to be dominated by the high priced large caps.
  • The LKP page also allows you to drill down specific activity build up on individual sectors and indices. For example you can grasp whether higher levels of activity is limited to mid-cap stocks, small cap stocks, specific sectors or specific themes.
  • Like in the case of other analytics, the time series data will be more meaningful in case of active stocks analysis. A time series trend makes it clear whether such a trend is sustainable over a period of time or not. After all, market activity is one of the many analytical tools that you can effectively use on the LKP Securities trading website.

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