Institutions Not Playing Ball
By definition, market distribution is considered to occur when there's more selling than buying, usually as large institutions flee the markets. This is but one sign of a change in trend, but it is a major signal. When the big money is flowing -- whether in or out -- it is important to pay attention these signs.
I'm not much for calling tops or bottoms; that is not where the big money is made. Oh, sure, you can guess where the markets will turn and eventually you'll be right, but how many times will you be wrong before you'll make that right call? Moreover, how much capital would you have expended looking for the turn? Betting against the big money is usually a losing proposition....300 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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