By not paying any attention to the reports? For me, fundamental reports like those only introduced, "It has to move in the direction of the release" into my strategy, when in all reality, it rarely does. Keep it simple stupid. Ignore data releases, stay out of FOMC statements and go off of price. You'd be amazed. I think the less you know about the reports, the better off you are. Price with proper risk to reward is everything in this market.
How Not to Be Misled by the Jobs Report
We obsess far too much on the Labor Department’s monthly jobs report. Think about it this way: It’s the first Friday of the month, and the Labor Department has bad news. The economy has added a mere 64,000 jobs last month, a steep slowdown from 220,000 the month before. From Wall Street to Twitter, the reaction is swift and negative. The price of oil falls, as do the prices of blue-chip stocks like General Electric. The Federal Reserve faces calls to push interest rates lower. The lead headlines in the next day’s papers talk of faltering job growth. But what if all the worries were based on nothing more than ... (full story)