I'm continually saving charts and data points which I find interesting but generally don't post enough to share the data. That being said, I thought "wth" and decided to share some of my most recent. Perhaps you can find a few of interest or maybe you can translate one into a trade. It certainly can't hurt. Your comments would be of interest and will be answered. Happy trading.
Online shoppers by income group. It certainly seems Amazon benefits by middle income buyers. Possibly they just don't have the 'time' to shop in a store, working 60+ hours a week and balancing soccer games, football, cheerleading practice, dinner, laundry, etc.
Jet[dot]com is now selling some items at a loss to gain marketshare from Amazon
We've had numerous talks in Chat over coal usage (is clean coal an oxymoron or what?) and this certainly backs up the belief that natural gas continues to be embraced.
Then we have a look at Bear markets of 20% or more.The average # of months caught my eye. No, I don't believe we're out of the woods yet.
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More on China de-leveraging; reverting to the mean.
Ever wonder just "who" is feeling the most pain with the collapse in commodity prices?
Then we have projections on when the Fed will raise rates; this compared to past increases. Their rate of increase vs. what is anticipated.
Now a blip from the SoberLook on steel and China's overcapacity.
Lastly a look at China's production growth with many wondering just 'where' is the bottom?