The Smart Money Flow Index is a sentiment index attempting to measure “skittishness” in the markets. Particularly at stock market opening in the US for the Dow.
We saw a collapse in the Smart Money Flow index in 1999 as the Dot.com bubble exploded. Then we saw a slower decline starting in 2004 in front of the housing bubble burst and financial crisis.
Now we have a third collapse of the Smart Money Flow Index, likely related to the policy errors of Central Banks, including our own
Feral Federal Reserve.
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