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Strategies & Market Trends : SPY & QQQ intraday chart observations by rimshot -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: rimshot who wrote (1066)12/13/2022 9:09:35 PM
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$1.1 Billion - Market on Close buying imbalance - Tuesday December 13, 2022, reported 3:52 pm Eastern

$410 Million - Market on Close selling imbalance - Monday December 12, 2022 - 3:51 pm Eastern

$3.2 Billion - Market on Close selling imbalance - Friday December 9, 2022 - 3:51 pm Eastern

* $2.3 to $9.5 Billion represents historical large or extreme size for selling imbalances

** in the first 13 trading days of January 2016, the size of the MOC sell imbalances was larger than usual ...
and was seen for consecutive days which is a rare event

Note - Phil Mackintosh, Chief Economist for the Nasdaq in 2019, has written a thorough article explaining the importance
to market liquidity that institutions and market professionals are provided
the preliminary MOC Imbalance quantity announcements in advance of each day's
close for each individual stock ( article published September 2019 )