Some thoughts on the VOLUME of SPX

SP:SPX   S&P 500 Index
I've noticed on the SPX Monthly chart, that the volume has been ascending all the way to the 2007 financial crisis correction and after that, the stock market made a new high until recently on a descending volume . I don't know what this exactly means or does it mean something at all but I will appreaciate any comments and thoughts on this. Thanks. SP:SPX
Like all impulse waves, at the simplest level it must be a mean reversion of volume and/or volatility. It would be interesting to see this graph in the 1920s leading up to and after the 1929 crash when buy backs were a factor.

Assuming the volume here is simply "entry/exit" volume, it could be an indicator of complacency or perhaps the entry of algos to the market. Purely speculating here.

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