Frequently asked questions

We can think of liquidity as an underlying fundamental of markets that drives their macro trends. To put it simply, liquidity is the money that moves financial markets, that sustains asset valuations, and facilitates all trades.

Liquidity refers to the availability of cash and credit in financial markets. It is a measure of the resources available, rather than a measure of how funds are being used. Money Supply, on the other hand, is a measure of how funds are being used, specifically in the form of bank deposits and savings.

More liquidity in the financial markets doesn't only allow for better trade execution but also for better price settlement. When the credit cycle expands, more liquidity is injected into the economy through the process of money creation. This is because when, in the modern economy, a new loan is created, new money enters into circulation. During this phase, financial assets are constantly repricing and adjusting to the inflated supply of new money and credit. On the other hand, during credit contraction phases, which generally overlap with an economic crisis, interest rates raise, liquidity drops and asset valuations fall. In simple terms, liquidity trends, impacted by the credit cycle, tend to drive asset valuations up or down depending on the phase of the cycle.

Although the liquidity data can be an incredible tool to give you a better understanding of the general context and confirm your bias on trends and reversals, a divergence between fundamentals and price action can always occur and can take some time to resolve itself. We discourage the use of excessive speculation and, generally, better support Dollar Cost Averaging in and out of markets according to the macro trends and the liquidity cycles.

We provide data on liquidity for all the major economies in the world, with the most important being the U.S., Europe, China, and Japan. We also provide data on Global liquidity as an aggregate.

Yes, as you may have already noticed as a Crypto-Investor, both Bitcoin and Ethereum are significantly correlated with the S&P Index and equity risk. We provide a Overview on crypto liquidity and particularly on Stablecoin Liquidity that can be thought of as potential buying pressure for the crypto assets.

We utilize the best and most reliable public data sources like the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, of New York, the International Monetary Fund, the U.S. Department of the Treasury and many other international institutions and Central Banks.

Our data is the most updated there is on the market. Some indicators update daily, some every minute, and others monthly, according to the responsiveness of the data provider.

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