Some of the other Daily Indicators that our
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"The stock market is about money. Money flows in and stocks go up,
Money flows out and stocks go down." Jesse Livermore
Below are four charts that are posted every day, These should be considered Livermore type charts because they show you the daily amounts and trending of Money flows and Institutional Investor actions. Here are the four charts ...
1. This first chart shows the daily level of Inflowing or Outflowing Liquidity in the stock market and is found in our Section1 as Chart 2. Vertical up (blue) or down market lines (red) are seen on the chart and are made after a trend line is broken or a higher/high or lower/low has been made. Each line signal is an up or down condition for the NYA Index seen on this chart.
2. This second chart shows the daily Buying and Selling Activity of large Institutional Investors. The red line depicts Selling activity and the Blue line depicts the Buying activity. When the Blue line is above the Red line, there is more Buying than Selling, so money is going into the market from Institutional Investors ... when money is going into the market, the market goes up.
When the Red line is above the Blue line, money is leaving the market, so the market goes down. (Note: This second chart is updated every day and is found in Section 1 as Chart 3.)
3. This third chart isolates and shows the trending of the Selling done by Institutional Investors on a daily basis. I like this chart because the market by itself is seldom able to go against the huge amounts of money that is controlled by Institutional Investors. This chart shows the trending of Institutional Selling and the actual posted chart has an additional indicator at the top of the chart to help decipher the action going on. (This chart is also updated every day and is found in Section 1 as Chart 4.)
4. This fourth chart shows the how daily money changes on stock market Options.. Who cares about the money flow on Options? You should and here is why ...
Imagine that a large Institutional Investor or a large Wall Street firm was going to start buying a lot of stocks tomorrow ... enough to push the market higher. Given that they already know that they will push the market up tomorrow, wouldn't you expect them to take advantage of that knowledge? To do so, the best ways to take advantage of the situation is to buy something with leverage ... either Futures or Options. So, if we measure the amount and trending of the Liquidity In lows/Outflows on Options, won't we see how they are going to play the market ahead of time? And that is why this chart is very important.
Here is how to read this chart: First, I posted a Label 1 and 2 on the chart. If both of these indicators are positive or negative, the market goes in that direction. If one is up and one is down, it is a mixed condition. On Label 1, the thin horizontal black line is the neutral line. Label 1 shows the net Inflowing or Outflowing Liquidity level on Options. Label 2 shows our Momentum Gain/Loss indicator. With this information, you can determine when the market will have its up and down swings. (Note: This fourth chart is also updated every day and is found in Section 1 as Chart 1.)
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