StOmer wrote:As I understand it, the buys and sells data comes from the stock exchange, not HL's own figures. The buy/sell indicator is added by HL as the LSE does not disclose that info. HL attempts to identify the deal based on the price of the trade, some are usually grayed out when the trading range is close and the deal type uncertain.
Apologies for this being somewhat off topic as it refers to trades on another trust, ....but.... I have for some time been following MATE (an IT - JP Morgan Multi-Asset trust), and it puzzles me that virtually every trade over the many weeks I have been watching it, is shown as a sell. Surely in reality there must be a buy to match to each sale, unless perhaps if the managers are buying up the sold shares? Even looking at the trading prices, they generally suggest they were sales, as they were at the lower end of the trading range.