Archive for October 11th, 2004

What are national flow of funds accounts?

National flow of funds accounts are sets of statistics that show the financial holdings and liabilities of major sectors of the financial market. The tables show changes in holdings and liabilities by sector. The data is also arranged by type of financial instrument. In the United States, the flow of funds accounts are compiled and […]

What is Capital Flow Analysis?

Capital Flow Analysis, as used here, is a structured method of examining national flow of funds accounts for the purpose of understanding the forces of supply and demand that determine security price levels and trends. The method is governed by two axioms (Motivation and Irrationality) and a presumption (Issuer Dominance). The technique does not require an […]

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