DXY, EUR/USD, USD/JPY, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, USD/CAD
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES, INC., ORIGINCLEAR, INC., SPDR S&P 500, PRAXAIR, INC., ISHARES MSCI EMERGING INDEX FUND
S&P 500, Nasdaq Composite, Dow 30, Nikkei 225, DAX Index, FTSE 100
Gold, Silver, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Corn, Bitcoin
BTC/USD, ETH/USD, BCH/USD, XRP/USD, LTC/USD, ETC/USD
US 10Y, Euro Bund, Germany 10Y, Japan 10Y Yield, UK 10Y, India 10Y
Gold, Brent Oil, Crude Oil, CFDs on Natural Gas, Palladium, Silver
This chart shows great correlation with financial crisis' in the past . The unemployment rate has hit lows it hasn't seen since 1970.
Unemployment rate and presidency term
civilian unemploymnt rate
This chart shows the correlation of the Dow Jones over time with the "official" Unemployment Rate here in the U.S. Its interesting at least to see how well the Unemployment rate dictates the tops and bottoms in the Dow Jones practically to a "T".
Please comment and let me know what you think of this idea...
Also, I have inverted the unemployment rate and ...
Using a simple moving average crossover of the unemployment rate to time the market
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 ...
RSI at its historic low (in the available data).
It looks like the rate hit (or almost hit) the support line.
Can we say there will be an increasing unemployment rate, based on low RSI and the support line?
This is my first time using TradingView, or posting here so please forgive any flaws or failings in my format. This chart highlights the U.S. Unemployment rate (bottom section) compared to the S&P 500 (top section). The Unemployment Rate also has a 12-month moving average overlaying it. I’m posting this idea as much to be an inquiry as anything. But, it ...
So we going to keep that bottomed out for next 4 straight years?
When unemployment rate crosses 12 month ma signals long term trend change in SP500.
Rate just crossed to upside, expect multi year SP500 down trend to begin.
Whenever the unemployment rate has crossed above the 12 month moving average, almost always a recession has soon followed. Here we are now.
Private Update of a chart copied earlier from someone here on TV a while back
Can't remember who
12 month 3 month unemployment cross
Historically, a cross over 5.5% unemployment, negative MoM % US Industrial Production, and the cross over of a 49.8 PMI renders a 97.1% probability of recession
Next month's unemployment rate will determine if the MACD crosses and if we could potentially enter into a recession
When the 3 Month Unemployment Average Goes Above The 3 Year Moving Average A Recession Is In Progress.
The chart above shows every recession from 1953 to 2008 and shows when the moving average occurrence takes place it's a recession.
This RSI-MA Model Predicts Unemployment Rate With Scary Accuracy!
Although high unemployment usually occurs during economic recessions, it doesn't always mean that equity valuations would drop, nor does rising unemployment always mean recession.
On the monthly chart of the official national unemployment rate:
Unemployment Momentum Rising = MA6(RSI3) cross>50 ...
Unemployment rate has declined below 6%, thus returning to levels usually associated with historical lows since 1970ies.
6% is an important number, as it is one of the targets of Federal Reserve’s dual mandate. 6% unemployment and 2% inflation are the numbers the FED is targeting to start unwinding monetary stimulus measures.