on forex you can also use volume but it's interpreted differently, it represents the number of ticks during the bar period. for example if you have a big volume on a small candle you can explain by a big interests of bears and bulls and the market may reverse the trend.
CFDs are assets
created by certain brokers, based on a certain underlying asset, in a
kind of internal market only for their clients. Hence, for example, a CFD based on the German DAX30 has a different name in each broker. Therefore, its volume refers only to that internal market created by that broker in particular. And it's tick volume, just like in Forex.If
you want real volume (as well as Times & Sales, etc), I would
recommend using MT5 connected to a futures broker (AMP Global Clearing
for example), even if you do not like MT5.
so the answer is no real volume for CFD... thanks for answer