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Does any know where to get a daily report on total inflows and outflows of money into each market (NSDQ / NYSE / etc)? I would also like this data by sector if available.

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 Derek Cahill, President & Founder @ GoBigWeb

 Friday, June 7, 2013

Does any know where to get a daily report on total inflows and outflows of money into each market (NSDQ / NYSE / etc)? I would also like this data by sector if available.


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5 comments on article "Does any know where to get a daily report on total inflows and outflows of money into each market (NSDQ / NYSE / etc)? I would also like this data by sector if available."

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 Antonio Rosario, Computer Programmer / Researcher / Trader

 Friday, June 14, 2013



Thanks Ondrej, I was trying to figure out how much I can "trust" my broker/market maker. Still have a problem: do they (Brokers/Exchanges) operate as a cartel?


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 private private,

 Friday, June 14, 2013



Dear Antonio, glad I could help.

Just find the right bunch of rascals and you can cook up a spike of a few points here and there and everywhere.

Just look at that recent 1% dip in SP500 due to a hacked twitter account.

They(brokers/exch./Hfunds) are probably less sophisticated than the 'real' cartels, since they lack an important component of the motivation process: premature often gruesome death, rewarded for any screwup.

Lets be honest just money as a motivator can make u sloppy.


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 private private,

 Friday, June 14, 2013



@onjej L: Re: last part of your statement - spreading rumors/panic - you will still need to spread enough rumours to spoof enough punters to move same $1bil, or do I misunderstand something? Re: agricultural products - pitchforks?

An what does $34.95 buy you?

Could you point me in the right direction here?


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 private private,

 Friday, June 14, 2013



The markets are a fragile beast.

A fat finger of one trader can send index 4%+ in the hole withing seconds.

A SINGLE twitter message from an account with mere 2mil followers inflates bond markets by 1% in 1 minute.

Pitchforks? Why not if they are excessively rich in Nitrogen but probably more like food for plants (trying to avoid using the F key word to cunningly avoid n.s.a. internet parsers).

$34.95 can buy you some cool infomercial gadget that cleans ur ear(only the left one thou) while entertaining your cat OR pays a fat Chinese or Punjabi wizzkid that would for that amount hack that AP twitter account or off equinix datacenter. All this during a lunch break in the local elementary school.

Hope that helped in finding the right direction, Germann.


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 Pablo Torre, Data Solutions Manager @FractalSoft Data Analysis

 Friday, June 14, 2013



the HFTs have made the markets prone to feedback loops. It doesn't take much to make the whole market behave like a stampede.

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