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clcrimmins 618 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 12, 2013 1:21 PM Member since: Jun 2, 2002
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  • Reply to

    enjoy

    by kjbd17 Nov 12, 2013 8:06 AM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Nov 12, 2013 1:21 PM Flag

    Joined you a little earlier for another small amount. Since it is getting to be too big a % of my portfolio I have been selling a little as well. The last sale was Oct 21 for $6.45. I sleep better doing this.

    Thanks for your thoughts about XTXI. I shall study that more this weekend and, as always, appreciate the time you spend sharing your views Harold.

  • Reply to

    clc resistance

    by harehau Oct 23, 2013 11:46 AM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Oct 23, 2013 1:34 PM Flag

    We were lucky as I had no idea it would fill today! It is always easier for me to buy stocks and often put in GTC orders using lower gap areas than it is to sell. Very, very short term the only gap I see since the March highs was the one made this morning which now appears to be in the 6.01-6.07 area. It could be filled today and that would be an over 4% move.

    The next previous high was around 7ish and the ST down trendline may indicate a move to the 7.50ish area. Those would be tradable areas for me depending on the general market, oil and gas prices, etc. That is your area of expertise.

    Again, thanks for your all your input and for calling MPO to my attention. It has been a good stock to keep a core holding and trade around the edges!

  • clcrimmins clcrimmins Oct 23, 2013 9:49 AM Flag

    It seems I was almost a day trader last week in MPO. It was like a yo-yo! As you know I follow gaps and there are two recent gaps:

    10-15 5.16 to 5.17
    10-16 5.63 tp 5.65

    Just in case I have GTC orders in both of those areas.

    By the way, I turned on my gas for the first time this fall on Sunday and it feels good this morning.

  • Reply to

    MPO

    by birdog40 Sep 12, 2013 3:46 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Oct 2, 2013 12:02 PM Flag

    Good morning,

    Harold, again thanks for all your input. Am appreciative of your previous comments on MPO and have slowly been accumulating and bought more yesterday at 5.01 where there was a gap. It dropped more this morning and have just added more at 4.82 and 4.91 as there was a 1 cent gap at 4.83-4.84. That leaves a gap at 5.00 this morning so hopefully it is headed that way!!!! These I shall probably sell (higher I hope) as I am learning to hold a core holding and trade around them. Have done this with KWK and SD in recent months and they have been profitable. Continue to watch some of your other suggestions and hope to be back into WMB again and may hold this time.

    Noticed mention yesterday on iv of SYRG which appears to be increasing production in the Wattenberg Field. Since it is a CO company was wondering if you have studied it. A small company but am finding them more profitable for my small portfolio.

    Hope you found your CO home in good condition. We finally had some of that rain which has helped our very dry condition.

  • Reply to

    mlps

    by harehau Aug 10, 2013 9:34 AM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Aug 20, 2013 9:54 PM Flag

    Thank you for your response Harold. Traveled some last week within Missouri and am enjoying our beautiful cooler weather. I spent the second week in June in Breckenridge and it was cold then and see that their temp is about 20 degrees lower than ours. Enjoy your Colorado visit.

    Have moved some to dividend paying stocks since the first of the year and occasionally trade some—PSEC, GGN, ERF, and VNR. Still hold SD and also trade it. Looking at natural gas companies and made a small purchase of MPO so will follow with you.

    Always appreciate your input when I can figure out how to read the Yahoo boards!!! ATLS is also on my list. It was also listed in Petroeng’s comments on the Enercom Conference on the TMR iv board.

    All the best to you in your investing.

  • Reply to

    mlps

    by harehau Aug 10, 2013 9:34 AM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Aug 11, 2013 2:03 PM Flag

    Harold, seem to have problems posting in Yahoo and will try again. Thought you might find the following informative.

    It is on the Investors Village site on the MLPs board, message number 32006. I continue to appreciate your posts very much and thank you for your willingness to share your research and ideas.

  • Reply to

    DNR

    by harehau Nov 13, 2012 1:28 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Nov 13, 2012 2:48 PM Flag

    Continue to enjoy reading your posts Harold. I have recently been unable to post ECRI weekly numbers so have given up. Anyone who is interested can go to their website each Friday late morning and see them.

    I always check a chart of the stocks you mention on this board and just noticed that MWE has a gap in the mid 46’s from late June that may be a target.

    Regarding comments on DNR, Bill Powers was interviewed by The Energy Report and made the following statements:

    “US Shale Gas Won't Last Ten Years: Bill Powers
    ……..
    The Energy Report: Bill, you have a new book coming out next spring entitled "Cold, Hungry and in the Dark: Exploding the Natural Gas Supply Myth." What is your basic argument?

    Bill Powers: My thesis is that the importance of shale gas has been grossly overstated; the U.S. has nowhere close to a 100-year supply. This myth has been perpetuated by self-interested industry, media and politicians. Their mantra is that exploiting shale gas resources will promote untold economic growth, new jobs and lead us toward energy independence.

    In the book, I take a very hard look at the facts. And I conclude that the U.S. has between a five- to seven-year supply of shale gas, and not 100 years. That is far lower than the rosy estimates put out by the U.S. Energy Information Administration and others. In the real world, many companies are taking write-downs of their reserves.

    Importantly, I give examples of how certain people and institutions are promoting the shale gas myth even as they benefit from it economically. This book will change a lot of opinions about how large the shale gas resources really are in the U.S. and around the planet.

    TER: How did you obtain your information?

    BP: I spent three years doggedly researching this book. Most of the information came from publicly available sources. I used a fair amount of work done by Art Berman, who has written the forward for the book. Art is a leading expert on determining the productivity of shale gas plays. I contacted a lot of other geologists and petroleum engineering professionals and had them review my conclusions about declining production.

    Put simply: There is production decline in the Haynesville and Barnett shales. Output is declining in the Woodford Shale in Oklahoma. Some of the older shale plays, such as the Fayetteville Shale, are starting to roll over. As these shale plays reverse direction and the Marcellus Shale slows down its production growth, overall U.S. production will fall. At the same time, Canadian production is falling. And Canada has historically been the main natural gas import source for the U.S. In fact, Canada has already experienced a significant decline in gas production?about 25%, since a peak in 2002?and has dramatically slowed its exports to the United States.

    ……..TER: What names do you like in the shale oil and gas space?

    BP: Among larger U.S. companies, I like a $7 billion ($7B) company called Denbury Resources Inc. (DNR:NYSE). It is the second-largest producer of carbon dioxide (CO2)-flooded oil?or enhanced oil recovery using CO2. Denbury just sold its Bakken assets to Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM:NYSE) for $1.5 billion (B). It has a very, very large resource base and growing production from its CO2 fields. It is very well managed and well capitalized.”

    Keep warm!

  • Reply to

    ECRI Weekly Report

    by clcrimmins Sep 11, 2012 8:04 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Oct 30, 2012 1:41 PM Flag

    Week Ending WLI ..Wly Change..WLI Growth..WLI..WLI Growth
    …………………………………………… Annualized……………

    1-Jun-12…………..121.3………-1.0……...-2.0
    8-Jun-12…………..121.9……….0.6………-3.0
    15-Jun-12…………121.2………-0.7………-3.5
    22-Jun-12…………121.7……….0.5………-3.2
    29-Jun-12…………121.9……….0.2………-2.8
    6-Jul-12…………..122.9……….1.0……….-2.7
    13-Jul-12……….…121.8………-1.1……... -2.3
    20-Jul-12…………122.7……….1.1………. -1.7
    27-Jul-12…………122.1………-0.6……… -1.3
    3-Aug-12…………122.5……….0.4………. -1.3
    10-Aug-12……....123.0……….0.5………. -0.4
    17-Aug-12…….....123.3……….0.3………. -0.1
    24-Aug-12……….123.6……….0.3……….. 0.6
    31-Aug-12……….124.1……….0.6……….. 1.4
    7-Sep-12…………124.9……….0.8……….. 2.1
    14-Sep-12………..125.3……….0.6……….. 2.7
    21-Sep-12………..126.6……….1.3……….. 3.8
    28-Sep-12………..126.2………-0.4……….. 4.6
    5-Oct-12…………127.7……….1.5……….. 5.7
    5-Oct-12…………127.6……….1.6……….. 5.7
    12-Oct-12………..126.7………-0.9……….. 6.1
    12-Oct-12………..126.6………-1.0……….. 6.1
    19-Oct-12………..126.8………..0.2………. 6.0
    ……..

    ECRI WLI Ticks Up —Reuters – October 26, 2002

    A measure of future U.S. economic expansion edged up last week, though the annualized growth rate declined for the first time since June, a research group said on Friday.

    The Economic Cycle Research Institute, a New York-based independent forecasting group, said its Weekly Leading Index gained slightly to 126.8 in the week ended Oct. 19 from 126.6 the previous week.

    The prior week's number was originally reported as 126.7.

    The index's annualized growth rate slipped to 6.0 percent from 6.1 percent.

  • Reply to

    ECRI Weekly Report

    by clcrimmins Sep 11, 2012 8:04 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Oct 19, 2012 4:37 PM Flag

    ECRI WLI Drops—Reuters – October 19, 2002

    A measure of future U.S. economic growth declined in the latest week, although the annualized growth rate rose to its highest since May 2011, a research group said on Friday.

    The Economic Cycle Research Institute, a New York-based independent forecasting group, said its Weekly Leading Index fell to a two week low at 126.7 in the week ended Oct 12 from 127.6 the previous week. That was originally reported as 127.7.

    The index's annualized growth rate rose to 6.1 percent from 5.7 percent a week earlier. That was the highest since the week of May 20, 2011, when it was 6.2 percent.

    The weekly leading indicator level and the growth rate can move in different directions because the latter is derived from a four-week moving average.

  • Reply to

    ECRI Weekly Report

    by clcrimmins Sep 11, 2012 8:04 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Oct 13, 2012 11:55 AM Flag

    ECRI Inflation Gauge Jumps -- The Bond Buyer – October 5, 2012

    U.S. inflationary pressures were higher in September, as the U.S. future inflation gauge climbed to 103.4 from an upwardly revised 101.0 in August, originally reported as 100.6, according to data released Friday morning by the Economic Cycle Research Institute.

    "The USFIG jumped in September to an 18-month high," ECRI Chief Operations Officer Lakshman Achuthan said in a release. "Thus, U.S. inflation pressures have moved up a notch."

  • Reply to

    ECRI Weekly Report

    by clcrimmins Sep 11, 2012 8:04 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Oct 13, 2012 11:50 AM Flag

    ECRI WLI Rises—Reuters – October 12, 2002

    A measure of future U.S. economic expansion pushed higher last week, while the annualized growth rate rose to its loftiest level in more than a year, a research group said on Friday.

    The Economic Cycle Research Institute, a New York-based independent forecasting group, said its Weekly Leading Index increased to 127.7 in the week ended Oct. 5 from a revised 126.2 the previous week.

    The prior week's figure was originally reported as 126.3.

    The index's annualized growth rate accelerated to its highest level since May 2011 at 5.7 percent, from 4.6 percent.

    ECRI Inflation Gauge Rises == The Bond Buyer – August 3, 2012

    U.S. inflationary pressures were slightly higher in July, as the U.S. future inflation gauge climbed to 100.9 from a downwardly revised 100.7 in June, originally reported as 101.2, according to data released Friday morning by the Economic Cycle Research Institute.

    "Despite its latest uptick, the USFIG remains below its earlier highs. Thus, U.S. inflation pressures continue to be fairly restrained," ECRI Chief Operations Officer Lakshman Achuthan said in a release.

  • Reply to

    ECRI Weekly Report

    by clcrimmins Sep 11, 2012 8:04 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Sep 28, 2012 11:03 AM Flag

    ECRI WLI Ticks Up

    A measure of future U.S. economic expansion continued to improve last week, and the annualized growth rate reached its highest level in over a year, a research group said on Friday.

    The Economic Cycle Research Institute, a New York-based independent forecasting group, said its Weekly Leading Index rose to 126.7 in the week ended Sept. 21 from a revised 125.3 the previous week. That was originally reported as 125.4.

    The index's annualized growth rate jumped to 3.8 percent from 2.7 percent, hitting the highest level since June 2011. -- Reuters, Sep 28, 2012

  • clcrimmins by clcrimmins Sep 11, 2012 8:04 PM Flag

    The new format makes it difficult to post the ECRI Weekly Report so I shall try to post the weekly Reuter’s news. (Note, links also don’t seem to be allowed).

    ECRI WLI Ticks Up

    A measure of future U.S. economic growth edged up in the latest week, while the annualized growth rate also rose, a research group said on Friday.

    The Economic Cycle Research Institute, a New York-based independent forecasting group, said its Weekly Leading Index rose to 123.7 in the week ended Aug. 31 from 123.5 the prior week.

    The index's annualized growth rate improved to 1.0 percent in the most recent week from 0.6 percent a week earlier. Reuter’s 9-7-12

  • Reply to

    ECRI Indicators Update

    by clcrimmins Jul 21, 2009 1:50 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Aug 31, 2012 5:03 PM Flag

    The update for ECRI’s Weekly Leading Index as of August 31, 2012 follows:
    (Source for data can be found at www dot businesscycle dot com / resources)

    Week Ending WLI ..Wly Change..WLI Growth..WLI..WLI Growth
    …………………………………………… Annualized

    30-Mar-12………..126.3……….0.5………. 0.9
    6-Apr-12…………..125.9……...-0.4………..1.7
    13-Apr-12………...123.8……...-2.1………..1.2
    20-Apr-12…………124.0………0.2………. 0.5
    27-Apr-12…………124.6………0.6………-0.1
    4-May-12………….125.4………0.8…….…0.0
    11-May-12………..124.4……...-1.0……….0.4
    18-May-12………..123.0………-1.4……… 0.1
    25-May-12………..122.3………-0.7……...-0.7
    1-Jun-12…………..121.3………-1.0……...-2.0
    8-Jun-12…………..121.9……….0.6………-3.0
    15-Jun-12…………121.2………-0.7………-3.5
    22-Jun-12…………121.7……….0.5………-3.2
    29-Jun-12…………121.9……….0.2………-2.8
    6-Jul-12…………..122.9……….1.0……….-2.7
    13-Jul-12……….…121.8………-1.1……... -2.3
    20-Jul-12…………122.7……….1.1………. -1.7
    27-Jul-12…………122.1………-0.6……… -1.3
    3-Aug-12…………122.5……….0.4………. -1.3
    10-Aug-12……....123.0……….0.5………. -0.4
    17-Aug-12…….....123.3……….0.3………. -0.1
    24-Aug-12……….123.6……….0.3……….. 0.6

    ……..

    http://www.businesscycle.com/ecri-news-events/news-details/economic-cycle-research-weekly-leading-ticks-up
    _______________

    http://seekingalpha.com/article/840711-ecri-s-annual-wli-growth-rate-at-51-week-high-spy-hit-all-time-high

  • Reply to

    ECRI Indicators Update

    by clcrimmins Jul 21, 2009 1:50 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Aug 24, 2012 6:15 PM Flag

    The update for ECRI’s Weekly Leading Index as of August 24, 2012 follows:
    (Source for data can be found at www dot businesscycle dot com / resources)

    Week Ending WLI ..Wly Change..WLI Growth..WLI..WLI Growth
    …………………………………………… Annualized

    6-Jan-12………….121.1……....0.9………-8.6
    13-Jan-12………...123.3……...2.2………-7.6
    20-Jan-12………...122.7……..-0.6………-6.6
    27-Jan-12………...123.0………0.3………-5.3
    3-Feb-12…………..123.6………0.6………-3.9
    10-Feb-12………..123.4……...-0.2………-3.8
    17-Feb-12………..123.1……...-0.3………-3.5
    24-Feb-12………..124.1……….1.0………-3.0
    2-Mar-12…………124.3……….0.2………-2.6
    9-Mar-12…………125.0……….0.4………-1.4
    16-Mar-12………..125.4……….0.4………-0.8
    23-Mar-12………..125.8……….0.4………. 0.0
    30-Mar-12………..126.3……….0.5………. 0.9
    6-Apr-12…………..125.9……...-0.4………..1.7
    13-Apr-12………...123.8……...-2.1………..1.2
    20-Apr-12…………124.0………0.2………. 0.5
    27-Apr-12…………124.6………0.6………-0.1
    4-May-12………….125.4………0.8…….…0.0
    11-May-12………..124.4……...-1.0……….0.4
    18-May-12………..123.0………-1.4……… 0.1
    25-May-12………..122.3………-0.7……...-0.7
    1-Jun-12…………..121.3………-1.0……...-2.0
    8-Jun-12…………..121.9……….0.6………-3.0
    15-Jun-12…………121.2………-0.7………-3.5
    22-Jun-12…………121.7……….0.5………-3.2
    29-Jun-12…………121.9……….0.2………-2.8
    6-Jul-12…………..122.9……….1.0……….-2.7
    13-Jul-12……….…121.8………-1.1……... -2.3
    20-Jul-12…………122.7……….1.1………. -1.7
    27-Jul-12…………122.1………-0.6……… -1.3
    3-Aug-12…………122.5……….0.4………. -1.3
    10-Aug-12……....123.0……….0.5………. -0.4
    17-Aug-12…….....123.3……….0.3………. -0.1

    ECRI WLI Rises—Reuters -- August 24, 2012

    A measure of future U.S. economic growth edged up in the latest week, while the annualized growth rate improved slightly, a research group said on Friday.

    The Economic Cycle Research Institute, a New York-based independent forecasting group, said its Weekly Leading Index edged up to 123.3 in the week ended August 17 from a revised 123.0 the prior week. That was originally reported as 122.8.

    The index's annualized growth rate rose to -0.1 percent from the prior week's -0.4 percent, which was originally reported as -0.6.

  • Reply to

    ECRI Indicators Update

    by clcrimmins Jul 21, 2009 1:50 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Aug 21, 2012 8:21 PM Flag

    The update for ECRI’s Weekly Leading Index as of August 17, 2012 follows:
    (Source for data can be found at www dot businesscycle dot com / resources)

    Week Ending WLI ..Wly Change..WLI Growth..WLI..WLI Growth
    …………………………………………… Annualized

    6-Jan-12………….121.1……....0.9………-8.6
    13-Jan-12………...123.3……...2.2………-7.6
    20-Jan-12………...122.7……..-0.6………-6.6
    27-Jan-12………...123.0………0.3………-5.3
    3-Feb-12…………..123.6………0.6………-3.9
    10-Feb-12………..123.4……...-0.2………-3.8
    17-Feb-12………..123.1……...-0.3………-3.5
    24-Feb-12………..124.1……….1.0………-3.0
    2-Mar-12…………124.3……….0.2………-2.6
    9-Mar-12…………125.0……….0.4………-1.4
    16-Mar-12………..125.4……….0.4………-0.8
    23-Mar-12………..125.8……….0.4………. 0.0
    30-Mar-12………..126.3……….0.5………. 0.9
    6-Apr-12…………..125.9……...-0.4………..1.7
    13-Apr-12………...123.8……...-2.1………..1.2
    20-Apr-12…………124.0………0.2………. 0.5
    27-Apr-12…………124.6………0.6………-0.1
    4-May-12………….125.4………0.8…….…0.0
    11-May-12………..124.4……...-1.0……….0.4
    18-May-12………..123.0………-1.4……… 0.1
    25-May-12………..122.3………-0.7……...-0.7
    1-Jun-12…………..121.3………-1.0……...-2.0
    8-Jun-12…………..121.9……….0.6………-3.0
    15-Jun-12…………121.2………-0.7………-3.5
    22-Jun-12…………121.7……….0.5………-3.2
    29-Jun-12…………121.9……….0.2………-2.8
    6-Jul-12…………..122.9……….1.0……….-2.7
    13-Jul-12……….…121.8………-1.1……... -2.3
    20-Jul-12…………122.7……….1.1………. -1.7
    27-Jul-12…………122.1………-0.6……… -1.3
    3-Aug-12…………122.5……….0.4………. -1.3
    10-Aug-12……….122.8……….0.3………. -0.6

    ECRI WLI Ticks Up—Reuters -- August 17, 2012

    A measure of future U.S. economic growth edged up last week, while the annualized growth rate improved but still remained in negative territory, a research group said on Friday.

    The Economic Cycle Research Institute, a New York-based independent forecasting group, said its Weekly Leading Index rose to 122.8 in the week ended Aug 10 from 122.5 the previous week.

    The index's annualized growth rate improved to minus 0.6 percent from minus 1.1 percent a week earlier.
    _______________


    http://seekingalpha.com/article/816661-ecri-s-annual-wli-growth-rate-at-41-week-high-spy-at-bull-market-high

  • Reply to

    ECRI Indicators Update

    by clcrimmins Jul 21, 2009 1:50 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Aug 12, 2012 12:05 PM Flag

    The update for ECRI’s Weekly Leading Index as of August 10, 2012 follows:
    (Source for data can be found at www dot businesscycle dot com / resources)

    Week Ending WLI ..Wly Change..WLI Growth..WLI..WLI Growth
    …………………………………………… Annualized

    6-Jan-12………….121.1……....0.9………-8.6
    13-Jan-12………...123.3……...2.2………-7.6
    20-Jan-12………...122.7……..-0.6………-6.6
    27-Jan-12………...123.0………0.3………-5.3
    3-Feb-12…………..123.6………0.6………-3.9
    10-Feb-12………..123.4……...-0.2………-3.8
    17-Feb-12………..123.1……...-0.3………-3.5
    24-Feb-12………..124.1……….1.0………-3.0
    2-Mar-12…………124.3……….0.2………-2.6
    9-Mar-12…………125.0……….0.4………-1.4
    16-Mar-12………..125.4……….0.4………-0.8
    23-Mar-12………..125.8……….0.4………. 0.0
    30-Mar-12………..126.3……….0.5………. 0.9
    6-Apr-12…………..125.9……...-0.4………..1.7
    13-Apr-12………...123.8……...-2.1………..1.2
    20-Apr-12…………124.0………0.2………. 0.5
    27-Apr-12…………124.6………0.6………-0.1
    4-May-12………….125.4………0.8…….…0.0
    11-May-12………..124.4……...-1.0……….0.4
    18-May-12………..123.0………-1.4……… 0.1
    25-May-12………..122.3………-0.7……...-0.7
    1-Jun-12…………..121.3………-1.0……...-2.0
    8-Jun-12…………..121.9……….0.6………-3.0
    15-Jun-12…………121.2………-0.7………-3.5
    22-Jun-12…………121.7……….0.5………-3.2
    29-Jun-12…………121.9……….0.2………-2.8
    6-Jul-12…………..122.9……….1.0……….-2.7
    13-Jul-12……….…121.8………-1.1……... -2.3
    20-Jul-12…………122.7……….1.1………. -1.7
    27-Jul-12…………122.1………-0.6……….. -1.3
    3-Aug-12…………122.5……….0.4………. -1.3

    ECRI WLI Growth Flat—Reuters -- August 10, 2012

    A measure of future U.S. economic growth rose in the latest week, while the annualized growth rate remained at a nine-week high, a research group said on Friday.

    The Economic Cycle Research Institute, a New York-based independent forecasting group, said its Weekly Leading Index rose to 122.5 in the week ended August 3 from 122.1 the previous week. That was originally reported as 122.2.

    The index's annualized growth rate held steady at minus 1.3 percent from a week earlier.


    ECRI Inflation Gauge Rises == The Bond Buyer – August 3, 2012

    U.S. inflationary pressures were slightly higher in July, as the U.S. future inflation gauge climbed to 100.9 from a downwardly revised 100.7 in June, originally reported as 101.2, according to data released Friday morning by the Economic Cycle Research Institute.

    "Despite its latest uptick, the USFIG remains below its earlier highs. Thus, U.S. inflation pressures continue to be fairly restrained," ECRI Chief Operations Officer Lakshman Achuthan said in a release.

  • Reply to

    ECRI Indicators Update

    by clcrimmins Jul 21, 2009 1:50 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Jul 27, 2012 10:26 PM Flag

    The update for ECRI’s Weekly Leading Index as of July 20, 2012 follows:
    (Source for data can be found at www dot businesscycle dot com / resources)

    Week Ending WLI ..Wly Change..WLI Growth..WLI..WLI Growth
    …………………………………………… Annualized

    6-Jan-12………….121.1……....0.9………-8.6
    13-Jan-12………...123.3……...2.2………-7.6
    20-Jan-12………...122.7……..-0.6………-6.6
    27-Jan-12………...123.0………0.3………-5.3
    3-Feb-12…………..123.6………0.6………-3.9
    10-Feb-12………..123.4……...-0.2………-3.8
    17-Feb-12………..123.1……...-0.3………-3.5
    24-Feb-12………..124.1……….1.0………-3.0
    2-Mar-12…………124.3……….0.2………-2.6
    9-Mar-12…………125.0……….0.4………-1.4
    16-Mar-12………..125.4……….0.4………-0.8
    23-Mar-12………..125.8……….0.4………. 0.0
    30-Mar-12………..126.3……….0.5………. 0.9
    6-Apr-12…………..125.9……...-0.4………..1.7
    13-Apr-12………...123.8……...-2.1………..1.2
    20-Apr-12…………124.0………0.2………. 0.5
    27-Apr-12…………124.6………0.6………-0.1
    4-May-12………….125.4………0.8…….…0.0
    11-May-12………..124.4……...-1.0……….0.4
    18-May-12………..123.0………-1.4……… 0.1
    25-May-12………..122.3………-0.7……...-0.7
    1-Jun-12…………..121.3………-1.0……...-2.0
    8-Jun-12…………..121.9……….0.6………-3.0
    15-Jun-12…………121.2………-0.7………-3.5
    22-Jun-12…………121.7……….0.5………-3.2
    29-Jun-12…………121.9……….0.2………-2.8
    6-Jul-12…………..122.9……….1.0……….-2.7
    13-Jul-12……….…121.8………-1.1……... -2.3
    20-Jul-12…………122.8……….1.0………. -1.6


    ECRI WLI Rises-- Reuters—July 27, 2012

    A measure of future U.S. economic growth rose in the latest week, as did the annualized growth rate, a research group said on Friday.

    The Economic Cycle Research Institute, a New York-based independent forecasting group, said its Weekly Leading Index rose to 122.8 in the week ended July 20 from 121.8 the previous week. That was originally reported as 121.9.

    The index's annualized growth rate rose to an eight-week high of minus 1.6 percent from minus 2.3 percent a week earlier.>>>>>

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    by clcrimmins Jul 21, 2009 1:50 PM
    clcrimmins clcrimmins Jun 19, 2012 9:31 PM Flag

    The update for ECRI’s Weekly Leading Index as of June 8, 2012 follows:
    (Source for data can be found at www dot businesscycle dot com / resources)

    Week Ending WLI ..Wly Change..WLI Growth..WLI..WLI Growth
    …………………………………………… Annualized

    4-Nov-11………...122.3……….0.2………-8.5
    11-Nov-11……….122.0………-0.3……...-7.8
    18-Nov-11……….122.2……….0.2………-7.4
    25-Nov-11……….120.8……...-1.4………-7.8
    2-Dec-11……… …122.4…… …1.6………-7.7
    9-Dec-11………….122.3……..-0.1………-7.5
    16-Dec-11………..121.3……..-1.0……....-7.7
    23-Dec-11………..120.9……..-0.4………-7.6
    30-Dec-11………..120.2……..-0.5………-8.2
    6-Jan-12………….121.1……....0.9………-8.6
    13-Jan-12………...123.3……...2.2………-7.6
    20-Jan-12………...122.7……..-0.6………-6.6
    27-Jan-12………...123.0………0.3………-5.3
    3-Feb-12…………..123.6………0.6………-3.9
    10-Feb-12………..123.4……...-0.2………-3.8
    17-Feb-12………..123.1……...-0.3………-3.5
    24-Feb-12………..124.1……….1.0………-3.0
    2-Mar-12…………124.3……….0.2………-2.6
    9-Mar-12…………125.0……….0.4………-1.4
    16-Mar-12………..125.4……….0.4………-0.8
    23-Mar-12………..125.8……….0.4………. 0.0
    30-Mar-12………..126.3……….0.5………. 0.9
    6-Apr-12…………..125.9……...-0.4………..1.7
    13-Apr-12………...123.8……...-2.1………..1.2
    20-Apr-12…………124.0………0.2………. 0.5
    27-Apr-12…………124.6………0.6………-0.1
    4-May-12………….125.4………0.8…….…0.0
    11-May-12………..124.4……...-1.0……….0.4
    18-May-12………..123.0………-1.4……… 0.1
    25-May-12………..122.3………-0.7……...-0.7
    1-Jun-12…………..121.3………-1.0……...-2.0
    8-Jun-12…………..121.9……….0.6………-3.0

    WLI Growth Falls-- Reuters—June 15, 2012

    A measure of future U.S. economic growth rose slightly in the latest week, while the annualized growth rate fell, a research group said on Friday.

    The Economic Cycle Research Institute, a New York-based independent forecasting group, said its Weekly Leading Index rose to 121.9 in the week ended June 8 from 121.3 the previous week. That was originally reported as 121.6.

    The index's annualized growth rate fell to -3.0 percent, its lowest since late February of this year, from -2.2 percent a week earlier. That was originally reported as -2.0 percent.
    >>>>>

    http://seekingalpha.com/article/662171-ecri-s-weekly-leading-index-rises-but-growth-rate-continues-lower

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