Knowing where markets are (and the history of how they got there) is important, but knowing where they’re headed is even more important.

At the Critical Signals Report, I combine the best charts, tools, and hedge fund money secrets to inform of smart decisions for tomorrow’s markets.

I’m not a market timer nor a market psychic.

I’m just blunt about what I know well, and thus I want to share this knowledge with all investors, not just the fancy ones paying hedge-fund fees.

Thus, the Critical Signals Report Storm Tracker was designed to reduce nearly a hundred indicators, tracking the most sophisticated market data, into a user-friendly and simple set of “wind-speeds” and portfolio recommendations.

My singular aim is to make the complex become simple and help everyday investors navigate their financial futures through the daily market fog of the financial media in what are increasingly stormy market conditions.

And only this report gives you the full look at another recessionary weather pattern ahead.

Where Markets Are Going Nobody Knows, But We Can Peek Ahead

In Part 1 of my five-part series on how the Storm Tracker measures market “weather patterns”, I shared with you the importance of trend patterns.

Today, in Part 2 of this series, I add to the trends an array of key leading indicators that I monitor on the Storm Tracker to help YOU plan for tomorrow’s market moves.

The leading indicators I track are described in simple detail here, and I’m excited to share them with you.

Stay tuned for more in this five-part series, as there’s much more to discover behind the Storm Tracker.

Next, in Part 3 of my series, I’ll turn to the seemingly “complex” matter of yield curves and show you in simple terms, how such data, when combined with everything else I track, gives us a unique and special edge in preparing for the markets ahead.

So, enjoy Part 2 here on leading indicators today, and stay tuned for Part 3, which will be hitting your inbox shortly.

Matt Piepenburg


4 responses to “Wall Street Doesn’t Want You to Know These 10 Leading Indicators”

  1. Dear Sir,
    What are the factors affecting the price changes in crude oil and gold. When crude oil price going down,the gold price is increasing and vice versa. How to predict the changes for these items

  2. Matt!, I hope the intelligent people in the gove. are using your info to modify the operational policies for the prevention of a major crash. If not, what suggestions can you make to soften the next impact to our economy. Or is that not possible! After all, what is the sense of having all of this data and only predicting the next down turn which we all know will happen in our cyclical system. It is good to know when, to save your butt, a bigger use would be to modify it’s depth before it occurs.

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