The Inflowing Liquidity Levels Need to Hold Today in Order to Avoid Further Trouble

By: Marty Chenard | Fri, Jun 26, 2015
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I won't tell you that risk levels are low, they are very high. China didn't have a good night as panic selling came in as they experienced a 7+% drop on the Shanghai Composite.

At the same time,we have something they don't have and that is a Fed pumping in money.

Below is our Inflowing Liquidity chart and it did show a drop last night, and the tick was a slight lower/low so that should be very concerning. The Inflowing Liquidity levels need to hold today in order to avoid further trouble.

Long Term Liquidity Flows



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