I’ve warned you before about the larger macro threat of America’s GDP Myth.

Not only am I one of the few out there willing to reveal this farce for what it is, but I’ll share with you precisely how the Critical Signals Report tracks current GDP data to inform real-time trades.

As you’ve seen in Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of this Storm Tracker Series, I distil into simple talk reams of complex yet key market indicators to inform you on portfolio and investment decisions.

In this way, I’m neither bear nor bull – just a market realist.

Today, in Part 4 of this series, I take a sober and objective look at what the dramatically declining GDP data coming out of D.C. and Wall Street has to say about future market directions.

As you’ll soon discover, this GDP data is anything but good news…

What We’ve Seen Before Will Make All the Difference Today

When combined with all the other objective, math-based leading indicators reviewed in my prior Storm Tracker reports, the data tells us that Mr. Market (despite all the potential tailwinds of stock buy-backs and a rate-pausing Fed) is looking a bit sickly…

I think you’re gonna be surprised by what the recent GDP data has to say in this latest report.

But it doesn’t end there.

In the final report of the 5-Part Storm Tracker Series, coming to your inbox shortly, I share one of the best kept secrets in Wall Street for tracking market direction.

It’s what I call my Déjà Vu Indicator, and it’s coming to you next.

In the meantime, enjoy today’s report here on what the GDP numbers mean, and, as always, stay informed and safe out there.

Matt Piepenburg


Comments

6 responses to “You Can’t Afford to Miss GDP’s “Uh-Oh” Moment [Special Report Part 4 Enclosed]”

  1. How can one prepare. Money will be useless because of inflation. Do you pull everything out of the bank and put it into metals? You only say be cautious and informed. Buy low but with what if you have worthless money?

  2. Matt, I really like the style, format and content of these CSRs. Nice branding and it’s very aligned to busy lives because it is focused and succinct. Easy access links to drill down information is also really helpful. Great job.

  3. all sounds good, but others have said the economy would fail for the last 2 1/2 years, but it still keeps on; even against cyclic recession history.
    And, it’s as important to know what to invest in and how, as when.

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