MCI scores standardizes what it means to be a hot, neutral or cold market by assigning as score from -100 (cold) to 100 (hot) where 0 is neutral. A hot market is defined as one where there is a strong demand for equipment. Conversely, a cold market is one in which there is very little demand for trucks. Typically hot markets pay higher rates than cold markets.
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- Why is the data missing or blank?
- Are flatbeds, vans and reefers still indicated by their own color?
- What is an MCI score?
- What does it mean when a market is hot, neutral, or cold?
- Where is the MCI feature located?
- How accurate is the forecasting with MCI?
- What can I do with the MCI feature?
- Why do I see a promo page when accessing Market Conditions?