Also good to compare the Q4 2018 crash with the one we had here. Look at how volume spikes during the crash, then falls back to normal levels. Same as here. Can't just look at post covid volumes and claim its falling. Of course it is. There's no way it would sustain "crash" volumes indefinitely and use that as to claim no support. Also note how the volume here is higher than the bounce following that 2018 crash. But that's also because this crash was far worse. It's just like throwing stones in a pond. The bigger the stone, the larger the ripples. Nothing more, nothing less. Volume is relative to the stimulus... or momentum. It's arbitrary on its own.
... and finally, my favorite stuff... Trends. Compare how the moving averages themselves move and cross one another after the 2018 crash to here. Where price found support and where if found resistance relative to each of them. That view can give insight to how the trend may evolve in the coming weeks/months. No guarantees but adds another POV based only on evolving price, and no indicators.