An Institutional Buy/Sell Overview ...

By: Marty Chenard | Tue, Jan 3, 2017
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Institutional Selling trend lines showed that it has been trending lower. (Note that less selling is a positive and more selling is a negative.) The top part of the chart showed a small up tick in Upper-Q4 negative territory.

Sounds like good news except that Institutional Buying and Selling activity just showed the first day of Institutional Distribution on Friday's close.

What now?

This needs be a test day because Institutional Selling had an up tick but it did not make a higher/high tick yet, so Institutional Selling is still technically in a down trend.

Institutional Buy/Sell Overview

 


 

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