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Inflowing Liquidity Levels

The United Kingdom's Prime Minister (Theresa May) opted for a hard Brexit last week, and President Trump is seeing resistance. The backdrop for economic health looks like it is facing its challenges.

This morning, we will look at Inflowing Liquidity levels. Below is the chart as of the close last Friday.

The Stock Market's Inflowing Liquidity had an up tick in Mid-Q1 positive territory. It was below its second fan line's support. [A Danger possibility.]

The chart shows a double (downside) support breach. -- Old Comments: "Medium to Longer term, the Inflowing Liquidity has been challenging its up trend because of the direction of the fan lines ... subtle, but still of concern." 

 

Inflowing Liquidity Levels

 

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