dinsdag 4 juni 2013

Correlation: S&P Revenues Vs. PMI

Dr. Ed Yardeni's blog is a pool full of critical information and one of them is a newly discovered correlation which I will add to my collection.

Apparently the PMI is a leading indicator for the S&P revenues, which also means the PMI is a leading indicator for the overall direction of the stock market. This is consistent with the correlation between the PMI and the GDP, which is correlated to the total stock market index on itself via the Warren Buffet Rule.

So if you want to know the direction of the earnings of the financials, just look at the PMI and you can predict the trend, which is certainly down after the miss in PMI reported the previous week.
Chart 1: S&P 500 Revenues Vs. PMI

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