Today we posted the Options Liquidity chart. Note the solid red mountain chart in the middle that shows a very high level of Inflowing Liquidity coming in.
Next, look at the the top part of the chart which shows a mixed plus condition. Plus because the thick red line had closed above the red and blue thin lines which points to a positive condition.
FYI ... Unfortunately, this will be the last Free page that we post as we had commented yesterday.
The reason for this is that we had asked for a little support of $3.95 per month for the 5 daily updates of charts and information listed below as well as the daily emails. (The yearly costs to us has been over $100,000 per year.)
Here is what is included in the Basic 5 day per week postings and daily summary emails:
1. Institutional Investor Buying and Selling activity. This chart show's a trend line of the net Institutional Buying compared to net Institutional Selling every day. (When the Buying is predominant, the market goes up and when Selling is predominant, the market goes down.)
2. The VIX or Volatility Index. The VIX moves opposite to the stock market and has an excellent correlation. Traders use the VIX, to measure greed and fear levels because the stock market reflects those emotions.
3. There is another major key that you must have. It is the Inflowing Liquidity level on "Options" and its trending direction because the market follows its path.
4. The Transportation Index. The Dow Theory requires that "both" the Transportation Index and the Dow Stocks to trend in the same direction which is why we track & posts the Dow Transports.
5. The "Stock Market's" Inflowing Liquidity Chart. This chart is critically important because the market's rise or fall is all about money. If the net amount of money going into the market is positive, then the market goes up ... if the net amount of money going into the market is negative, then the market goes down. Knowing this information is a key to being in the trend at all times.
And that is what it takes to trade the markets correctly. We do hope that you consider joining us for the new Basic membership which contains updates 5 days per week at this link: The New Basic Membership. (For those who have already decided to help us, thank you!)