Are Institutional Investors in Accumulation or Distribution Now?

By: Marty Chenard | Tue, Dec 7, 2010
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Today, we will answer the question of "whether or not Institutional Investors are in Accumulation or in Distribution". It matters which mode they are in, because you can seldom be successful if you try to invest in the opposite direction.

So, let's look at today's chart where we take the daily amount of Institutional Buying and subtract the daily amount of Institutional Selling to get a Net figure. If the Net amount is positive, then Institutional investors are in Accumulation, and if the Net amount is negative, then Institutional investors are in Distribution.

A quick look at today's chart show's you what has happened in the past few weeks. From November 16 to the first of December, Institutional Investors were in Distribution as seen on the green bars. And then, last Thursday (December 2nd.), Institutional Investors went back into Accumulation and were still in Accumulation at the close yesterday.

NYSE and Institutional Buying/Selling



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