The 40 Most Important Charts Right Now

Aug 18, 2014   //   by Profitly   //   Market, Profitly  //  Comments Off on The 40 Most Important Charts Right Now

Here at Profit.ly, we LOVE charts! There is so much you can learn just from a simple picture. Our guru’s are often predicting a stocks next move based on what they are seeing in certain charts. If you are one of their students, you will know that they often look at charts in their video lessons, webinars, and watch lists. Essentially: CHARTS ARE IMPORTANT! It is hard to even imagine finance and trading without them. That’s why, when I found the following article on Business Insider, I had to share it!

What’s the article, you ask? It’s called “Wall Street’s Brightest Minds Reveal The Most Important Charts In The World.”
Business Insider’s Myles Udland asked dozens of his favorite analysts, economists, strategists, and portfolio managers on Wall Street and around the world to send him their most important charts. The article contains that fascinating composition.
Some themes that arise are continued questions about the housing and credit markets in China, volatility — or the lack thereof — in global markets, and how we can get a sense of what happens when the Fed makes its next move. Here are the charts as well as the person that sent it in: Let us know if you have any that you think we are missing! These guys covered everything from the Fed to Nigeria!

1.Jeff Gundlach, DoubleLine

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2.Emad Mostaque, strategist

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3.Aswath Damodaran, Stern School of Business at NYU

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4.Michael Widmer, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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5.Joshua M. Brown and Michael Batnick, Ritholtz Wealth Management

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6.Jesse Livermore, Philosophical Economics

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7.Michael McDonough, Bloomberg LP

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8.Tobias Levkovich, Citi Research

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9.Gary Shilling, economist

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10.Jens Nordvig, Nomura

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11.Tim Quinlan, Wells Fargo

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12.Megan Greene, Maverick Intelligence

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13.David Rosenberg, Gluskin Sheff

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14.Jonathan Krinsky, MKM Partners

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15.Sean Darby, Jefferies

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16.Ellen Zentner, Morgan Stanley

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17.Michelle Meyer, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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18.Todd Colvin, R.J. O’Brien

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19.Lars Christensen, Danske Bank

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20.Steven Englander, Citigroup

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21.Saeed Amen, The Thalesians

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22.Gerard Minack, Minack Advisors

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23.John Stoltzfus, Oppenheimer & Co.

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24.Zach Pandl, Columbia Management

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25.Vladimir Miklashevsky, Danske Bank

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26.Dave Lutz, JonesTrading

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27.Hedy Mansour, Langdon P. Cook Government Securities

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28.Uldis Zelmenis, BTA Insurance Co.

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29.Drew Matus, UBS

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30.Stuart Culverhouse, Exotix Partners

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31.Ruslan Bikbov, Merrill Lynch

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32.George Goncalves, Nomura

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33.David Woo, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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34.Rick Harrell, Loomis, Sayles & Co.

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35.George Magnus, UBS

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36.Maury Harris, UBS

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37.Boris Rjavinski, UBS

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38.Radoslaw Bodys, PKO BP

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39.Francisco Blacn, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Research

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40.Nicholas Spiro, Spiro Sovereign Strategy

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To see the second half of the list, visit Business Insider.