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Wednesday, 29 January 2014
Funds Flow Analysis (FFA): 29 January 2014, Wednesday, 10.45pm Singapore Time
Current Latest Computed Funds Flow Analysis (FFA):
ForWorldwide Financial Markets:
29 January 2014, Wednesday, 10.45pm Singapore Time
Donovan Norfolk Ang Funds Flow Analysis Indicator
for Worldwide Financial Markets 29 January 2014, Wednesday
Broad Markets / Big Markets / Big Wind Directions
US markets (Dow, S&P500 and NASDAQ) are in the first 20 minutes of trading.
Based on current latest computational results, Holdings Index Strength of Big Hands changed from -8.533 to -9.534 in strength on the Donovan Norfolk Funds Flow Index Oscillator. On the other front, Big Hands' Puts Holdings on hand changed from -2.035 to -2.332 in strength on the Donovan Norfolk Funds Flow Index Oscillator.
Broad/Big Market (Big Wind Direction) Short-Term / Mid-Term Posture by Big Hands:
+ 20th trading day of 2014:
+ Big Hands piled up yet even more shorts again.
+ Big Hands are still net Shorts in Holdings.
+ Big Hands added bearish puts while piling up more shorts. + Dual Shorts by Big Hands today.
+ Today marks the 2nd day of immediate technical dead cat bounce rebound.
+ Big Hands ending the 1-3 days immediate term technical rebound which was fore-warned previously before it happened.
+ Worldwide markets' execution of the 1-3 days' technical rebound within a mid term downwave does not mean a buy as per warned, but rather an opportunity to sell/short/unload/exit on rebound as per warned 2 days ago too.
+ Mid-term selling wave is resuming.
+ Note that the market movers and smart monies have been very persistent in their Shorts Holdings and Bearish Puts Holdings since November and December of 2013 as warned during end of 2013, and it was also warned at the end of 2013 that year 2014 would be welcomed with sharp market plunges worldwide.
+ Be extremely cautious of the stocks and equities markets worldwide.
+ Expect whipsaws and volatility.
+ Markets are still bearish biased in the mid-term with the 1-2 days' technical rebound ending.
+ In essence, sell/unload stocks and equities on rebounds as warned previously, or SHORT on rebounds. Run first, talk later.
+ Any intra-day positive/bullish divergences will not be executed fully as warned too; instead they will be negated with unexpected sell-offs which will resume today.
+ To long is to counter-trend (reward is still there but will have to take the high risk associated with it).
+ In the mid term, the selling in worldwide stocks and equities markets is still far from over.
+ Stocks and equities worldwide are still expected to sell off broadly, unless the particular stock has very strong fundamentals to withstand any broad selling.
+ It took at least 2 months for the rainstorm clouds to accumulate, it follows that significant portfolio damages have to be effected by the selling for the rainstorm clouds to be depleted.
+ Hot Money and Smart Money had, also per warned in December 2013, rotated away from Equities, Stocks and Bonds into the Metals Market (Gold, Silver, Copper, etc).
+ Timeframe of worldwide selling: Tentatively projected to last until February/March 2014.
+ Note that there was also unusual unloading volumes in SPDR Morgan Stanley Technology Index ETF (read for implications on NASDAQ and World Markets) as warned on 29 Dec 2013: