Plotting the next move in fixed income …

fixed income has bounced rather nicely and now the big question is “are we going to go to new highs?”

1.5 years ago, as fixed income flirted w/ the all time highs for 5 months we correctly saw multiple correlations that put the sell pattern present in context …

http://allstarcharts.com/are-interest-rates-at-a-key-inflection-point/

from there, the bonds fell pretty hard into the lows that were hit a couple months ago:

https://bartscharts.com/2013/08/20/fixed-income-revisited/

this happened BEFORE the infamous FED meeting last month and I held my stance that the Buy Bonds (Sell Yield) was the side of the trade to be on:

https://bartscharts.com/2013/09/18/bruce-buffer-of-ufc-and-the-fed/

now, the question is will the bonds seek new highs suppressing yield to a great degree?  there is a count that favors this action, but honestly, I don’t know ..just have to realize that the correction that has occurred in fixed income is almost precisely in line w/ the “normal” corrections that have occurred in the context of this 30 year BULL market. things are truly about to get very very interesting ….

30 year continuous contract found major support ... a dead cat bounce or another move  to higher prices .. .stay tuned

30 year continuous contract found major support … a dead cat bounce or another move to higher prices .. .stay tuned

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