When metal buyers seek market intelligence, they like seeing lengthy reports that include everything. The larger number of variables analyzed, and the more complex they are, the better. At the end of the day, it’s about looking smart when making purchasing decisions, right?
However, the opposite is what works best.
Buyers will make better decisions by focusing on the few variables that really matter and not by considering what’s irrelevant. Here are three things that won’t help you better gauge of price trends. (Still, we continuously see analysts talking about them.)
Useless Thing #1: Inventory Levels