All proprietary indicators are designed to track a specific anomaly of the S&P 500!
- Screening our indicators will not take more than two to three minutes with our unique Indicator Dashboard
- Each indicator can be downloaded in spread sheet format (.csv) since availability
- WallStreetCourier.com is the official source for the Smart Money Flow Index for Bloomberg Professional
Timing Indicators & Dashboard!
Unique and proven market indicators form the bedrock of WallStreetCourier.com. All indicators are designed to track a specific anomaly of the S&P 500. This includes over 50 proprietary indicators, measuring the prevailing time series momentum of the S&P 500 and of all U.S.-listed stocks on an aggregated basis, plus the investment behavior of different kinds of investors (smart and dumb money). Each indicator can be downloaded in spread sheet format (.csv) for detailed analysis and further inspection. A full list of available indicators is shown in the dashboard below.
The official source for the Smart Money Flow Index for Bloomberg Professional!
The most exclusive feature within our indicator section is definitely the WSC Indicator Dashboard, as it shows the signal (bullish, neutral or bearish) of each published indicator for the past two months in a color-coded way and grouped by type on a single chart. As a result, reviewing the technical condition of the market will not take more than two to three minutes. With such a powerful tool, no major momentum-reversal will get overlooked. WallStreetCourier.com is also providing archival data for all offered indicators and tools (starting since availability) with easy to use download-files (.csv) at no additional cost.
With such a powerful tool, no major momentum-reversal will get overlooked!
Below, you can see an example of one of our proprietary momentum indicators (based on all U.S.-listed stocks instead of using only the price information of the index)!
Below, you can see an example of one of our proprietary sentiment indicators (based on all U.S.-listed stock options)!
The Smart Money Flow Index
One special indicator is the Smart Money Flow Index (SMFI). It was developed by Rudolf Koch in 1997 and is a trademark of WallStreetCourier.com. The SMFI is based on the idea of Don Hays’ Smart Money Index (SMI) but uses a more efficient formula to remove emotional transactions from the price action of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The SMFI provides both short-term traders and long-term investors with a unique timing tool to quickly identify minor and major inflection points.
Whenever the Dow reaches a peak that is not confirmed by the SMFI, there is trouble ahead!
The Smart Money Flow Index is calculated according to a proprietary formula by measuring the action of the Dow at two periods: at the first 30 minutes and at the last hour. The first 30 minutes represent emotional buying, driven by greed and fear on the part of the crowd, based on good and/or bad news. During the opening, there is also a lot of buying on market orders, as well as short covering. Smart money typically waits until the end and they tend to test the market before by shorting heavily, in order to gauge the market’s reaction. Afterwards, the big investments are made. These heavy hitters tend to have the best possible information available and they do have the edge on all the other market participants.
Whenever the Dow reaches a peak that is not confirmed by the SMFI, there is trouble ahead, and vice versa. The SMFI is published at the end of each day, and it is available to all subscribers. The SMFI identified almost every major trend reversal since going online! WallStreetCourier.com is the official source for the Smart Money Flow Index for Bloomberg Professional.
The Smart Money Flow Index (SMFI) has been featured in many articles. On our testimonial site you will find an assortment. The articles on the SMFI are quite interesting and informative, so check them out.