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Thursday, 5 February 2015

Funds Flow Analysis (FFA): 5 February 2015, Thursday, 3.59pm Singapore Time



Current Latest Computed Funds Flow Analysis (FFA):
For Worldwide Financial Markets:
5 February 2015, Thursday, 3.59pm Singapore Time
Donovan Norfolk Ang Funds Flow Analysis Indicator 
for Worldwide Financial Markets 
5 February 2015, Thursday

Broad Markets / Big Markets / Big Wind Directions

Based on current latest computational results, Holdings Index Strength of Big Money changed from +10.000 (Maximum Strength Longs) to +10.000 (Maximum Strength Longs) in strength on the Donovan Norfolk Funds Flow Index OscillatorOn the other front, Holdings Index Strength of Big Monies' Bearish Puts changed from -0.326 to -0.652 in strength on the Donovan Norfolk Funds Flow Index Oscillator. 

Big Money Aggregate Strength (posture) in holdings changed from +4.837 to +4.674 (Aggregated Overall: Moderate Longs)

Broad Market (Big Wind Direction) Short-Term / Mid-Term Posture by Big Hands:

In the financial markets worldwide:
Smart Money are still holding maximum strength longs.
+ Smart Money carried on to accumulate bearish puts now.
+ Smart Money aggregated holdings has changed from strong longs into moderate longs while markets went up yesterday: unloading of stocks and equities to retailers today.
+ Bearish Puts are not protective in nature.
+ Broad markets in stocks and equities are not being bought up generally; look to be cautious, sell and unload stocks on rebounds.
+ Stocks that fails to rally with the positive Funds Flow Analysis of the past few weeks will plunge faster than any other stocks when Funds Flow Analysis of Smart Monies turn negative (shorts) again. 

Aggregate Net Strength in Holdings of Big Monies: +4.837 (Moderate Longs)

Note:Today marks the 4th consecutive drop in aggregate holdings, suggesting markets may be engaging in RE-DISTRIBUTION process again.

Worldwide financial markets are executing the following basic technical structures:

+ Long term: Transition to Bear Markets
+ Mid term: At critical point to decide if uptrends top out or not top out; high probability topping out
+ Short term: Uptrend Weakening

<< BEAR MARKET TRANSITIONS WORLDWIDE AS WARNED EARLY-2014 HAD RECEIVED 2ND CONFIRMATION IN END-2014 AND EARLY-2015>>

Long term major top for worldwide financial markets forming in 2014:

+ First confirmation of worldwide bear market transition had made in the first half of 2014 per warned earlier.
+ The worldwide bear market transitions have been warned in end-2013 and early-2014 based on technicals and funds flow characteristics of worldwide financial markets.
+ We are receiving 2nd confirmation of worldwide bear market transition in December 2014 and early 2015.

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Donovan Big Money Funds Flow Computational Oscillator
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Donovan's Funds Flow Analysis Index Oscillator:
-10 ----- 0 ------+10
Donovan's Funds Flow Analysis Strength-Index Scale Key:
negative (-ve) = shorting;
positive (+ve) = longing;
0.000-0.999: Neutral / Negligible Net Holdings
1.000-2.999: Weak strength / weak holdings
3.000-4.999: Moderate strength / moderate holdings
5.000-6.999: Strong strength / high holdings
7.000-8.999:Very strong strength / very high holdings
9.000-10.000:: Maximum strength / maximum holdings

Implication of Broad Markets/Big Markets/Big Wind Indices Directions
If it is a rising tide in Index Big Wind, most or almost all stock boats generally rise;
If it is a receding tide in Index Big Wind, most or almost all stock boats generally go lower.
Hence the importance of Big Wind Directions blown by Big Hands.




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