During last year’s plunge in commodity prices, the global benchmark exchange for junior resources recorded its lowest average daily trading volume in over a decade. In fact, the last time volume was this low on Canada’s TSX Venture index was in 2005, before iPhones even existed.
Canadian Venture Stocks Trade At Lowest Volume In A Decade
Source: Visual Capitalist
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Data for this year is not so hot, either.
With an average of 51 million shares exchanging hands daily in the first 14 trading days of 2016, the volume is 16.6% lower than 2015.
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