What Is the Bull Market in Burlap Telling Us?

Filed under: International Markets , India , Indices , Commodities We have hundreds of indexes tracking everything that wiggles or moves. We are constantly searching for direction. Where is the market headed? Where is the economy going? Are we still in a recession? Will we see more growth next year? And on and on we go. Well, here’s a unique index — two indexes in fact — that track unusual products. The Commodity Research Bureau’s raw industrials spot index, which includes print cloth, rosin and wool tops, soared to an all-time high last week, as reported in the Wall Street Journal . The Journal of Commerce/Economic Cycle Research Institute industrial price index, which tracks industrial metals, cotton, hides and tallow, hit a 2010 high last Friday — just shy of its 2008 peak. Continue reading What Is the Bull Market in Burlap Telling Us? What Is the Bull Market in Burlap Telling Us? originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Wed, 17 Nov 2010 10:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Read | Permalink | Email this | Comments

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