Liquidity has turned bearish


The green line represent the stock market. The other two lines (blue and red) show two different measures of liquidity.

Liquidity has not grown in 2014 and the market has gone nowhere. Liquidity has been declining sharply toward the end of 2015. And the market has been sinking.

These two indicators are some of our most important gauges to assess the short-term and long-term trend of the stock market.

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George Dagnino, PhD
The Peter Dag Portfolio
Since 1977
Author, Profiting in Bull and Bear Markets

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