I keep on seeing these negative volume values on my price chart. In the example below it's showing volume as -2.04 M.

As I understand volume, it denotes the total number of shares or any other instrument that has changed hands. How can that be negative?

PS: The image below is from https://in.investing.com/equities/interglobe-aviation-ltd-chart


  • bad data, maybe?
    – user12515
    Apr 28, 2020 at 5:56

1 Answer 1


Your link explains the likely reason:

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  • This isn't really an answer, it's speculation. May 7, 2021 at 18:58

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