Are Institutional Investors in Accumulation or Distribution?

By: Marty Chenard | Thu, Mar 14, 2013
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The simple answer is that the are in still Accumulation.

However ... at the same time, their level of Accumulation is lower than the start of the market's rise that began last November. See today's chart below which show's the NYA Index versus the Institutional Accumulation levels.

This says that Institutional Investors are not in agreement with the market since they are showing a decrease in Accumulation.

In regard to the most asked question by investors last week ... "Is this chart on Institutional Net Buying and Selling posted every day?"

The answer is "yes" ... we post it everyday on the Standard subscriber site. (Reference: Section 4, Chart 7.)





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