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Macroeconomic analysis focuses on national economies (or in the case of the Eurozone on the euro area) and examines their health. This is done by interpreting the economic indicators for the following areas: growth (business climate, GDP), inflation (consumer price index, producer price index), employment (unemployment claims, jobless claims) and production (factory orders, building permits).

It also takes into account any geopolitical developments that could cause risk in the market (elections, natural disasters) as well as the monetary policies and actions of Central Banks, like changing interest rates (which can encourage or discourage investors), quantitative easing (which can spur the economy and inflation) and the specific language used in press conferences and announcements. Understanding how these elements influence markets gives traders an edge. TradingView has an economic calendar that ties news events to the time scale in an intuitive way.

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GDP
Gross Domestic Product, 1 Decimal
 
   
UNRATE
Civilian Unemployment Rate
 
   
RATEINF/INFLATION_USA
RATEINF/INFLATION_USA
 
   
FRED/IOER
FRED/IOER
 
   
POP
Total Population: All Ages Including Armed Forces Overseas
 
   
35 0 1
BASE, 2M
This is going to hurt...There is simply too much currency!

https://www.tradingview.com/x/Swde5I6Q/ This chart is dynamic in that it clearly shows where we were before 2008; and where we are now. This truly is going to hurt on the way down...

10 1 3
MAN_PMI, W
ISM vs SPX yoy change

SPX yoy performance follows ISM Source: Raoul Pal https://youtu.be/SDoIbFuKgfU?t=1350

32 0 2
BASE, 1D
BITCOING vs BASE MONEY! The Banks are playing with their food!

https://www.tradingview.com/x/iQwkGpwG/ This chart highlights the obvious enormous influx of "price" in BTC as compared to the Federal Adjusted Monetary Base. The FED has created 4.2 Trillion dollars and gave it to the banks so they wouldn't run out of money and "run" on other banks. But, the banks got clever and decided to use the gift of debt based fiat to ...

32 0 1
EMPL_SEC, 1M
Employment by Sector v.s. Wall Street! Perfect Trading Indicator

https://www.tradingview.com/x/QiZSHoIM/ This chart proves the theory that Employment Rates in America is what dictates the direction of the stock market. When people are employed, the market goes up and we should be riding it to the top until employment starts to fall. Please comment and let me know what you think of this idea and whether I should include any ...

22 0 1
UNRATE, 1D
civilian unemploymnt rate

civilian unemploymnt rate

34 0 1
BASE, 1M
Rollercoaster! Uncanny correlation! This is what they hide!

https://www.tradingview.com/x/2Py0GWbd/ This chart and the one at the top of this post combined is exactly what they don't want you to see! Thanks for all the support!

50 0 4
FEDFUNDS, D
US Economic Growth: charting the GDP+GDI average

The latest GDP number suggests inflation-adjusted annual growth of 4.2%. However, gross domestic income (GDI) (produced by the Bureau of Economic Analysis ) Both the GDP and GDI are estimates of economic growth (with one focused on expenditure and the other on income). The GDP-GDI average suggest economic growth rate to be in the 3% range. This average may ...

26 0 2
EMPL_SEC, 1M
ADP-Employment Sector vs Dow Jones-DJI, DDM, DIA

https://www.tradingview.com/x/Uth9nASg/Here is another chart that is using the EMPL_SEC ticker. When applying the Heikin Ashi Indicator to this data and overlaying the Dow Jones on top, you can clearly see the correlation. Employment in the U.S. is what dictates when to get in and when to get out. Please let me know what you all think of this idea and comment with ...

15 0 1
TCU, 1W
Will we break this LTB? Well I hope so.

This is the utilization graph of industry power. And I hope we break this LTB.

144 1 3
UNRATE, 1M
Market Timing with Unemployment Rate Indicator

Using a simple moving average crossover of the unemployment rate to time the market

130 1 3
CCSA, 1M
ARE WE HEADING TO ECONOMIC CRISIS?

I don't particularly enjoy breaking the bad news but we are at record low levels for insured unemployment which is kind of scary for cycle followers. What we have seen for the last 50 years, a dip in unemployment usually followed by an economic downturn and we see a sudden jump on unemployment numbers. There are many underlying factors to this, which I will not ...

KAGOR_INVEST KAGOR_INVEST UNRATE, 1D, Education
134 1 4
UNRATE, 1D Education
Civilian unemployment rate

Civilian unemployment rate is calculated by the number of unemployed people divided by the total size of the labor force and is expressed as a percentage. People who are jobless, looking for jobs, and available for work are considered unemployed. The labor force is defined as people who are either employed or unemployed. The unemployment rate is the share of the ...

EMLLongo EMLLongo DGS10, W, Long ,
53 1 2
DGS10, W Long
Long US TSY (yield) - Target Zone 5% ~5.30%

Long US TSY (yield) - Target Zone 5% ~5.30% Broke the Long term down trend. Monetary expansion (ZIRP + QE). Inflation will come, but before, we will need to see a Commodities boom, as the last movement of growth economic cycle.

tnti tnti DGS10, 1M, Long ,
15 0 1
DGS10, 1M Long
TenYEAR T note on watch

bullish on T NOTE

lienhard lienhard DGS10, 1M, Long ,
147 0 3
DGS10, 1M Long
US Interest rates headed higher

For the first time since the 1980s, the US 10 year treasury yield is showing a sustained breakout above the red line.. the 120 SMA in this chart. Since US interest rates were trending lower over 30 years, this is monumental. With the risk of a tariff war growing, and oil prices projected to rise to $90 in the coming months, we can see how this is all coming ...

rn0269 rn0269 FEDFUNDS, 1M, Short ,
94 2 3
FEDFUNDS, 1M Short
Fed Funds Rate : Are they stuck or will they raise rates

If Fed Funds Rate were to rise to a historically modest 3.0% I believe the Global Debt markets Would Implode ! The Fed Is Trapped...

106 0 1
DGS10, W
US Rates are signaling more problems ahead

US 10 year treasury rates vs SPX performance

37 1 1
DGS2, 1M
Extreme OB level

Is this a problem for spreads? Extreme OB reading on Monthly chart and at LT downtrend line. Is the LT trend over now? If so, may be a problem for market

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