When Liquidity Breaks Out of it's Triangular Tattern, it Will Take The Stock Market in The Same Direction

By: Marty Chenard | Tue, Mar 31, 2015
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Inflowing Liquidity was in Expansion, with an up tick and stuck inside a triangle.

A quick look at the Inflowing Liquidity chart shows that Liquidity was in expansion, moving higher, and stuck in a triangular pattern.

It won't be inside that triangular pattern much longer, and when it breaks out, it will take the stock market in the same direction.

Long Term Liquidity Flows



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