Hi, Recently there was a thread about money supply growth and contraction. I'm wondering: 1. What's a good web site to get the numbers from in chart form. There were a few suggestions on the last thread, but I'm wondering if there are any "favorites." 2. Are there any rules of thumb for interpreting this data? For example, the last numbers showed a significant decrease in money supply growth. Personally I would interpret this to be bearish since equity markets thrive on expanding money supply. One of the posters suggested that the drop in money supply could be interpreted as bullish since in all likelihood the drop was precipitated by people taking money from money market funds and pumping them into the equity markets. 3. Is this data genuinely a leading indicator? I'm sure in many cases the data is inconclusive as to market direction but at times when significant money supply moves are published, does the market later follow the path described by the data. Anyway, these are just a few questions I'm wondering. If you think there are things I ought to know that aren't covered in the questions above, please speak out.