"Today, a total of 141 block trades were recorded, typically at least 10,000 shares of stock or more represent a single block unit. Further examination shows that the bought value of the shares was $54,964,331 versus the sold value of $52,488,308. The positive cash flow of $2,476,023 into the stock shows that investors have bullish sentiment."
I asked a similar question here and didn't get a suitable answer:
The situation described at avafin.com is certainly not one of differing numbers of orders (since this is a look at trades not orders), nor is it a difference between the bid and ask (since again this is trades not orders).
These are actual executed trades between a buyer and a seller. How can the price or "value" of these shares differ when bought or sold? What does the above sentence actually mean?