1 - Quick-View of Liquidity Inflows and Institutional Buying & Selling from Section1:
First is a Quick-View matrix about everything relating to money (liquidity) inflows or outflows. This is daily Liquidity Flow matrix chart. This information is critically important because the stock market follows the direction of money flows. It is the root cause of the market's reaction and trends. The matrix shows the daily Net Condition of Inflowing Liquidity sources and Institutional Investor Accumulation/Distribution actions. Professional traders look at the market's money flows first. They understand that the market is about money inflows/outflows and the market takes its "direction" from those money flows.
2 - Quick-View of Market Model Trending Readings Found in Section 2:
Second is a Quick-View matrix about the two major Models we use. In this Model matrix, the Multi-Indicator and the Super Accelerator conditions are presented in a Quick-Read format. This shows you about the market's current direction. This direction can be affected by the new liquidity/money flow information found in the first Quick-View Liquidity - Institutional matrix.
3 - Quick-View of the Matrix of Underlying Market Fundamentals:
Third is the matrix on the market's "Underlying Fundamentals"
After three Quick-View matrixes, you will find various market commentaries for various charts and conditions. Including synopsis of the Super Accelerator Update, The Institutional Index, , Banking Index, 10 Year bond yields, 30 Year Bond Yields.
Following the Summary are the additional Chart Commentaries AND
the following Sections and charts.
Special Charts Section ...
There are charts in here from time to time which are necessary to convey the market conditions.
Section 1. Daily Net Condition of Inflowing Liquidity sources and Institutional Investor Accumulation/Distribution actions.
This is Section 1 ... This information is critically important because the stock market follows the direction of money flows. It is the root cause of the market's reaction and trends. The charts below shows the daily Net Condition of Inflowing Liquidity sources and Institutional Investor Accumulation/Distribution actions.
Section 1, Chart 1: Close up chart of Long Term Trending Fed. Liquidity, Institutional Investors, and Foreign Liquidity Inflows ...
Section 1, Chart 2: This chart shows the Options Inflowing Liquidity daily activity.
Section 1, Chart 3: Institutional Buying and Selling Activity ...
Section 1, Chart 4: The Market Direction is Affected by the amount and trending of
Institutional Selling ...
Section 2. - Market Model Up/Down Readings ...
In this Section, the Multi-Indicator and the
Super Accelerator charts are presented with commentary.
Section 2, Chart 1: Our Multi-Indicator Model is below. It is comprised of our Accelerator, a MACD-C, our Accelerator, a 4/9/30 C-RSI (Zero-based Relative Strength), and a VIX Timing Indicator.
Section 2, Chart 2: ** The S&P (SPY) Super Accelerator ...
Section 2, Chart 3: The NASDAQ 100 Super Accelerator ...
Section 2, Chart 4: *** The Russell 2000 Super Accelerator ...
Section 3. - Comparative Index Readings for the Institutional Index, the NYA, SPY, NDX, IWM, and the VIX Index.
Section 3, Chart 1: Comparative Index Readings for the Institutional Index, the NYA, SPY, NDX, IWM,
Section 3, Chart 2: VIX Index.
Section 4. - Longer Term Bull/Bear Market Chart ...
*** Longer term charts in this section are updated only once per week on MONDAY morning
Section 4, Chart 1: The Long Term Bull/Bear Model for the S&P 500 ...
Section 5. The Banking Index ...
Section 5, Chart 1: ... The Banking Index (Symbol: $BKX)
Section 5, Chart 2: the Banking Index's Point & Figure chart.
Section 6. - The U.S. Dollar, 10 and 30 Year Bond Yields.
Section 6, Chart 1: The U.S. Dollar ... Daily Chart
Section 6, Chart 2: The U.S. Dollar ... Longer Term ...
Section 6, Chart 3: 10 Year Bond Yields.
Section 6, Chart 4: 10 Year, Weekly Bond Yields.
Section 6, Chart 5: 30 Year Bond Yields.
Section 6, Chart 6: 30 Year, Weekly Bond Yields.
Section 6, Chart 7: 30 Year Yields, Point & Figure Chart.