! The Top 10 Economic Indicators: What to Watch and Why


Kelvin from OH posted over 5 years ago:

Outstanding! Very enlightening!

Jayantilal Patel from PA posted over 3 years ago:


Barb & Doug Burtwell from WA posted over 3 years ago:

And I thought it was just Greed and Fear.

Jeffry Deegan from RI posted over 3 years ago:

I agree with Jayantilal Patel from Pennsylvania;
let's see this this info on the AAII home page

Joseph Yurso from VA posted over 3 years ago:

This is a great source of information. There should be a methodology that is easy to retrieve this information and websites. As I access thsse sites I will to my favorites.

Ray Beall from TX posted over 3 years ago:

Home page great idea---

Sheryl Parks from NV posted over 3 years ago:

Awesome info, very informative.

Melvin Moore from VA posted over 3 years ago:

Does someone know how to put this information into a screen so as to tell us when to buy or sell? Great data, but the trick is to be able to use it.

Michael Mckeown from FL posted over 3 years ago:

I agree with Melvin. This data needs to be presented in a matter that macro decisions can be made. I'm sure the summary data will only give you the buy/sell for a sector, not a stock/fund.

John L from NC posted over 3 years ago:

I agree, great idea, this should be tracked on the home page as key indicators for the economy and investing

Norman Koerner from IL posted over 3 years ago:

I also would like to see this information on the home page, if the data only gives buy/sell for sectors, Great!
I'll take it from there.
All help is appreciated.

Charles Rotblut from IL posted over 3 years ago:

I would suggest those of you who want a condensed, updated snapshot of economic data sign up for Econoday's weekly email. It's concise, well written and free:


Sanford Levey from MA posted 11 months ago:

I found this info in conjunction with Econoday very informative,as C.R.reports

J Traeger from CA posted 2 months ago:

might also look at the Conference Board's Index of Leading Economic Indicators [LEI]. here is a link: https://www.conference-board.org/data/bcicountry.cfm?cid=1

Mark Cigainero from TX posted 2 months ago:

You should use the labor participation rate which shows what percent of the adult population is currently employed. It is a better indication of how many are "pushing the wagon" since the employment rate has been watered down to make politicians look good.

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