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A Bounce, Then Cautious

10/5/2014 11:27:14 PM

Good evening Traders,

If you're not a subscriber of our free weekly newsletter, we periodically put out updates on the stock market and introduce new traders. Here's this week's free weekly newsletter.

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Cumulative Equity Money Flows

Every Friday we get the weekly update of our money flow data. And the past couple of weeks, we have the first sign of liquidity drying up in the markets. The market is so elevated here that any liquidity that comes out, could cause a strong decline.

Next, we have our view of the economy - this is the only indicator I trust:

ECRI Growth Rate of Change

The direction and level of this indicator are very important. A downward move means a weakening market. Sometimes, the market can sustain itself as the economy weakens, and sometimes it cannot. Now we have the indicator moving lower, and crossing zero. So unless it turns around soon, things could be weaker than anyone thinks... Ebola fears slowing the economy?

What about market sentiment? The below chart looks at two entirely different measures of sentiment, that are both moving lower off highs.

AAII Bulls minus Bears

This can be bearish, but lately nothing has been able to hit this resilient bull market. It's a matter of liquidity. So where are we with liquidity?

Bonds are the key to market liquidity. And bond volatility is coming in right with it's seasonality. But if you look at the below chart, we're about to see a period where bonds sell off and potentially support stocks.

Bonds Seasonality

But is that the whole story?

SPY versus Bonds Relative Strength

The above chart shows the relationship between stocks and bonds. So you can see how we are at that point where stock need to rally and bonds need to sell off for the market to hold on here. If that relationship breaks down, we could see a similar move that we saw back in 2011. At least that's what our research shows us...



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