bondyields

30-year yields – weekly chart

Sep 27, 2017 | Charts

Weekly yield chart shows potential for a major new leg up.  New highs for the year are quite possible with this structure.  (Bonds, of course, are inverse. )
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SPwedge

Weekly Wedge followup

Aug 29, 2017 | Charts

The weekly wedge formation on the SP cash met its minimum downside objective of the weekly EMA. Sometimes these chart formations lend themselves to trailing a stop to see what the mar
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GPRO

New Age Chart of Modern Market Psychology

Nov 03, 2016 | Charts

Courtesy of a good trader friend:  only a Colorado sativa aficionado can come up with this….!  
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EWZ1

EWZ wedge revisted

Nov 03, 2016 | Charts

At the beginning of the year I posted this compelling chart formation of Brazil ETF that also correlated with bottoms in  Gold  Silver and Crude. The descending weekly wedge has unfo
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Beans

Crop Report Cycle low

Oct 03, 2016 | Charts

Gotta appreciate the way Cycle lows are made off Fridays crop report.   Check out the Dec hogs as well.  MRCI has long seasonal spread:  long corn/short wheat.  Look for wheat to u
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10years

Ten year yield chart

Aug 25, 2016 | Charts

The daily chart of the Ten Year notes has formed a long line (low ADX on the Dailies).  The weekly chart of the ten year yields is a bit more interesting, though, showing a double bot
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utilw

DJ Utilities – bear trap top

May 17, 2016 | Charts

After making all time new highs the past two months, the Dow Jones Utility index is back below a previous high, signaling a bear trap or false push to new highs.  The monthly charts s
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tbt1

TBT – Monthly/Weekly wedge

Apr 25, 2016 | Charts

One can see similar patterns on  TYX or TNX, the 10 and 30 yr yield charts.  These long term wedges often indicator major macro-cyclical reversal points.
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weeklies

Weekly Cycle revisited

Feb 22, 2016 | Charts

Two weeks ago I posted a weekly chart of EWZ.  It showed a descending wedge forming on the charts.  This same cycle shows up in Crude, Copper and the Canadian Dollar. (AD as well)  
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