On My Radar: The Flow That Conquers All

Sep 25 14:09 2017 Print This Article

Bottom line: Those foreign central bank purchases translate to a vast sea of liquidity supporting stocks. Hartnett calls it the “supernova of liquidity” and “the flow that conquers all.” My motivation and title for today’s piece.

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