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Why are the inflows and outflows of stocks not equal

Calculation rules of stock capital flow: capital inflow is the sum of the amount actively bought by the stock, and the outflow of funds is the sum of the amount actively sold by the stock.

Therefore, the inflow and outflow of stocks are affected by the active buying and selling of the same day, and there is no equal relationship between the two.

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