woensdag 24 april 2013

Durable Goods Orders Vs. S&P

This page is created to monitor the Durable Goods Orders Vs. S&P.

The durable goods orders are new orders placed with domestic manufacturers for delivery of factory hard goods.

If we see a plunge in durable goods orders (blue chart), we know for sure that in the months to come we won't see a lot of activity in factories as orders decline. There will be less work and that will reflect itself in the stock market,  in particular the S&P (red chart).

The durable goods orders chart is the less volatile of the two and should be a good indicator for the S&P, which is more volatile.

In recent months we see the durable goods orders flatten out, which means the S&P will likely decline in the coming months.

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