See What Institutional Investors Are Doing
Today will be a free courtesy day where we share one (of the 36) charts that we post every day.
Today's chart will show what large Institutional Investors are doing relative to Accumulation and Distribution.
Below is the Accumulation/Distribution chart, and here is what it is showing:
Something evidently scared Institutional Investors on September 14th. (We had put out a warning the day before.)
Since September 14th, Institutional Investors went from strong Accumulation to selling stocks and thereby significantly decreasing their market exposure. They decreased it to the point that they have been in only very low Accumulation during the past few days.
Obviously, important data like this can't tell you what Institutional Investors are worried about, but do you really need to know? Their actions tell you "how worried" they are and that is just as important to know.
FYI ... while looking at this chart, notice how the market always goes up or down relative to whether Institutional Investors are in Accumulation or Distribution. Since they control such a large percentage of the stocks in the market, it is nearly impossible to go against what Institutional Investors are doing and make money.