Technical indicators and screening measures were positive again Thursday while the market averages treaded water. There are lots of technical positives, but also some...
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The composite liquidity indicator rose slightly last week. It continues to make new highs. However, two of its components weakened from bullish to neutral intermediate trends, leaving just two in bullish trends. One of those, bank inflows, could turn neutral if European depositors begin to feel that the Euro will not collapse. That could slow or reverse the recent tidal wave of flows into US banks. But with the Fed pumping, it will take more than that to turn the indicator bearish overall.
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