Today is going to be a "Free courtesy" day. What does that mean? It means that we post one of our important paid subscriber charts.
Today, we picked our Institutional Investor Buying and Selling activity chart (we know, we are the only company that post this data). On this particular chart, we post the daily amount and trending of the buying and selling activity.
The Institutional Investor Buying and Selling update for yesterday (Thursday, February 27th.):
> The Institutional Buying had an up tick.
> The Institutional Selling had a down tick.
> The Institutional Investors were in net Accumulation.
You have probably heard me tell this story before ...
Back in the 1920's and 1930's there was a millionaire investor by the name of Jesse Livermore. He is credited with the following statement: "The stock market is all about money. Money flows in, and the market goes up ... money flows out and the market goes down." When you think about it, it made perfect sense. And, when you look at today's Institutional Buying and Selling chart, you can tell yourself that the Buying represents money going into the market, and the Selling represents money leaving the market.
So, what becomes important is the "net amount of the two indicators". The "net" amount show's that the activity is in Accumulation when the blue Buying line is higher than the red Selling line. The opposite holds true in defining when Institutional Investors are in Distribution.
It is NOT because Institutional Investors are so smart that the stock market follows their actions ... it is because they control over 50% of the stocks in the market ... period, plain and simple.
With that much clout, the stock market will naturally have to follow their massive changes in Net Money flows going in and out of the stock market.
The chart with Institutional daily net Buying and Selling (since last June) is posted below. Take a look at it, and see the value it has for investors that follow what they are doing. Enjoy the weekend, and I will see you on Monday.
FYI ... We are still offering the FREE 10 Day Trial to our complete Advanced Investor Subscription with over 20+ daily charts and analyses: Click Here for more information.