We’ve been talking about Money Supply quite a bit lately.

Mark Hulbert makes the case that, sans seasonal adjustments, the Money Supply uptick peaked in March, not May.


The year over year monthly comparisons would have to also be without seasonal adjustments. (‘ll look for the raw data later this week).

Hmmmm. This may be worth exploring further . . .

Sausage, legislation and M3
By Mark Hulbert, 12:05 AM ET June 15, 2004

Category: Finance

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One Response to “M3 Seasonally adjusted”

  1. Mike says:

    Here is an interesting counterpoint on the topic of not only money supply, but also inflation.