US 30 Year T-Bond - Bearish Implications

Date: 28th October,2016 by Timothy Straiton
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Current level at the time of writing is 162.40. Having broken an almost three year rising trend support line at 163.72, this market is posed for a healthy plunge. The weekly MACD indicator is now residing in negative territory for the first time since May 2014. Initial downside target is the Fibonacci 38.2% retracement level measured from the high of 177.28 to the low of 127.71 made in January 2014. The Fibonacci 50% retracement level based on the same range comes in at 152.50. This technically bearish development in the bond market will no doubt have far reaching negative influence on stock markets worldwide for some time to come.

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