I have a big double about this scenario, if I am doing intraday trade volume of the stock is 2000 and someone buys FUT will the stock volume
- will be rise to 2800
- it will be same as 2000
- it will decrease to 1200 ?
if any of these probability is true what about selling for this same scenario ?
The stock volume will not change when someone buys or sells a futures contract (FUT). Futures contracts are derivatives, and they do not represent ownership of the underlying asset. As a result, trades in futures contracts do not affect the supply and demand of the underlying asset, and therefore do not affect the stock price or volume.
In the scenario you described, if the intraday trade volume of the stock is 2000, and someone buys a FUT contract, the stock volume will remain at 2000. The FUT contract will simply give the buyer the right to buy or sell the underlying stock at a certain price in the future. The stock volume will only change if someone buys or sells shares of the stock itself.
Here is a table summarizing the impact of buying and selling FUT contracts on stock volume:
||Impact on Stock Volume
|Buying a FUT contract
|Selling a FUT contract
The same is true for selling FUT contracts. If someone sells a FUT contract, the stock volume will remain the same. The seller of the FUT contract is simply agreeing to sell the underlying stock at a certain price in the future. The stock volume will only change if someone buys or sells shares of the stock itself.
I hope this helps!
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Thanks for the information its great