Some Disturbing Action: Inflowing Liquidity Levels on The IWM (ETF for the Russell 2000)

By: Marty Chenard | Tue, Oct 21, 2014
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Maybe it turns out okay, but when you look at the Inflowing Liquidity levels on the IWM (ETF for the Russell 2000), you will see some disturbing action.

What is disturbing can be seen on the red arrows displayed. Note that the first one showed a lower/high, and the second showed a lower/low.

What is wrong with that? It is the definition of a down trend, so unless it changes, there will be trouble ahead.

IWM Inflowing Liquidity Levels Chart

 


 

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