Where are Inflowing Liquidity Levels?

By: Marty Chenard | Fri, Jan 29, 2016
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The stock market is all about money levels and about if the daily net is positive or negative.

Below is our (subscriber) Inflowing Liquidity chart which is posted every day.

Here is a summary of the Inflowing Liquidity levels ...

Inflowing Liquidity levels are struggling to move higher on the short term, while the longer term shows that the Inflowing Liquidity levels have been down trending and is now in Upper-Q4 (contraction territory).

Long Term Liquidity Flows

 


 

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