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Inflowing Liquidity is Trending Higher. Is That Good?

Well, it is is good on the short term, but unless the medium term changes, it won't be good.

In order to understand what we mean, take a look at today's chart.

Take a hard look at the red Inflowing Liquidity line in June, July, September, and then now. If you followed its action, you can see that it has made lower/highs and lower/lows so far.


What's wrong with that?

It is a down trend of Inflowing Liquidity which will eventually become a problem for the stock market if it doesn't reverse its trending real soon.

FYI ... down trending on Inflowing Liquidity is not a good thing because the stock market follow's the direction of money flows.

NYA Index: Long-term Liquidity Flows

 

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