Money Flow

By: Stock Barometer | Fri, May 23, 2014
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5/23/2014 5:55:28 AM

Good morning Traders,

As we peruse today's charts and indicators, here's what we see developing:

Equity Money Flows

The raw money flow data tends to be a contrary indicator, however, this view of its cumulative action can really give a big picture view of the market, which since 2014 has been bullish. This is fed induced money flow - wondering how long it will last? This indicator should tell us... You can access weekly updates at www.stockbarometer.com

On the more bearish side, if you remember the 2000 stock market top, money started flowing into few stocks and driving the market higher. This is happening again:

NASDAQ Cumulative Breadth

Just before the July 2011 correction, we saw the same thing as well. Breadth started breaking down as prices tested highs.

But volume is holding up:

NASDAQ Cumulative Volume

Though on the bearish front, it's at the 24 day moving average, which if it holds below, would be bearish. We're still evaluating all of this to see if we want to position long this advance, or wait for a bearish opportunity to position short. So stay tuned...

Regards,

 


 

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