Don’t be fooled by the seemingly boring or even “complex” nature of all the hoopla on yield curves.

Today, in Part 3 of my Storm Tracker Series, I cut past the boring and stick to the simple.

Most importantly, I reveal just how important, as well as dangerous, the signals coming from U.S. and global yield curves really are.

This critical indicator, combined with those already introduced in Part 1 and Part 2 of the Storm Tracker Series, gives you even greater insight into where markets are headed in the near and long term.

You’re already reading the Critical Signals Report to get a “big picture” understanding of the macro risks and opportunities facing these heavily distorted markets.

Now, in this Storm Tracker Series, I dial down into the more specific signals I’m tracking in real time to inform trades as they play out today…

Hence allowing YOU to prepare for tomorrow.

It’s Time to Get Technical

In Part 3, here, as in Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, I turn from history and macro-themes to the key technical and fundamental signals occurring right now in U.S. and global markets.

This, folks, is where the rubber meets the road, and I want to share with you a synthesis of all that I’m currently tracking at the Critical Signals Report Storm Tracker.

Today, I’ll be looking at the profound implications of the yield curve.

Tomorrow, in Part 4, I’ll show YOU how to track changes in the GDP to better gauge market direction, and hence the direction of your investment decisions.

As you can see by now, I look at more than just history and theory.

Through Storm Tracker, I look at math, facts, and countless leading indicators to help YOU make sense of these truly crazy times.

For today’s report, discover the dangers behind what the yield curve is telling us about the real markets, and stay tuned for even more key indicators in the next two reports to come from this Storm Tracker Series!

Matt Piepenburg


Comments

3 responses to “Beware This Curve Destroying Your Investments”

  1. Thank you Sir for being willing to share this important information with us. Now it makes more sense what we are going thru economically speaking.

  2. Do you think silver will return to a more balanced relationship to gold?
    Say 50 to 1 instead of the present 88 to 1, and if so Why? And What do see as the peak in gold over the next year or two?
    Yes I am a gold bug!

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