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Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Funds Flow Analysis (FFA): 2 April 2014, Wednesday, 7.45pm Singapore Time

Current Latest Computed Funds Flow Analysis (FFA):
For Worldwide Financial Markets:
2 April 2014, Wednesday, 7.45pm Singapore Time
Donovan Norfolk Ang Funds Flow Analysis Indicator 
for Worldwide Financial Markets 
2 April 2014, Wednesday

Broad Markets / Big Markets / Big Wind Directions

European markets are in the first 4 hours 45 minutes of trading, while US markets (Dow, S&P500 and NASDAQ) are 1 hour 45 minutes away from opening for trading.

Based on current latest computational results, Holdings Index Strength of Big Hands changed from +10.000 (Bearish Reversal Point) to +9.999 in strength on the Donovan Norfolk Funds Flow Index OscillatorOn the other front, Big Hands' Calls Holdings on hand changed from +4.100 to +4.090 in strength on the Donovan Norfolk Funds Flow Index Oscillator. 

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

+ 2nd of April of 2014:
+ Big Hands are dual sells today: bearish.
+ FFA PERSISTENT in bearish reversal point.
+ This worldwide FFA movement now exhibits the characteristics of a transition to bear markets worldwide.
+ Immediate-Term dead cat bounce is ending (short and unload on every immediate-term rebound).
+ All 3 Short-Term, Mid-Term and Long-Term trend outlooks remain in same direction of being bearish-biased and downtrend-biased.
+ European markets and Asian markets will remain weak.
+ Worldwide financial markets have been executing technical price discovery to confirm a bear market transition.
Long Term Investment Funds are also unloading now (selling off on technical rebounds).
+ In holistic consideration of the macro-analysis:

+ Financial Markets worldwide are generally in the following structures:
+ Immediate term: Technical Rebound Ending
+ Short term: Bearish Reversal (Reversal to Bearish) in execution
+ Mid term: Bearish
+ Long Term: Transition to Nascent Bear Markets

+ The short-term bearish reversal of March 2014 (refer Funds Flow Analysis Chart) is now a tentative confirmation that financial markets are attempting to transit to long term bear markets.
+ Markets are bearish-biased: in essence, short, sell and exit stocks & equities on opportunistic intraday technical rebounds (95% stocks will move downtrend while only 5% will buck against the trend).

+ At FFA of +10.000 previously, the short term technical rebounds worldwide are confirming the birth of a new bear market, and these technical rebounds are meant to serve as noises to confuse the markets.
+ After the shorts have been squeezed in February 2014, the financial markets worldwide are turning to resume bleeding the longs and investment portfolios for the long term.
+ It is prudent to exit the stocks and equities markets.
+ If one is generally still holding investment portfolios or longs in stocks and equities, one is expected to suffer further portfolio damages, a warning that was issued since November-December of 2013. 
+ Nascent long term bear market is coming sooner than one would expect and any immediate term rebounds are good opportunities to exit.

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Donovan Big Hands Funds Flow Computational Oscillator

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: No shorts and no longs (direction-less)
1-2: Weak strength / weak holdings
3-4: Moderate strength / moderate holdings
5-6: Strong strength / high holdings
7-8:Very strong strength / very high holdings
9-10:: Rally Mode in store if +ve / Plunging Mode in store if -ve

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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