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Is there a way to chart the flow of money from one world stock market to another?
Since volume leads price, I am interested in charting the flow of money from one geographic part of the stock market to another (like when Emerging markets are in favor or Japan is in favor). I am thinking that I might be able to do this with the Chaikin Oscillator (which is among the indicators available on a SharpChart) of the following ETFs: IWV (USA total market), EZU (Eurozone Mkt), EWU (UK), AAXJ (Asia), EWJ (Japan), and EEM (emerging mkts).
So, my more specific question is this.
Is there a way to construct a chart (sharp chart, perf chart or other) that compares the Chaikin Oscillator of the following ETFs: IWV, EZU, EWU, AAXJ, EWJ, and EEM?
If not, can you think of another way to chart the flow of invested dollars from one of these markets to another?