Bonds putting in a negative outside reversal day...
Definitely not looking good for the F-Fund longterm. However, there may be a chance for a very short reprieve. PSAR uptrend dot formed outside the lower BB (circled in green on chart), majority of times that leads to a short-term PSAR uptrend. DISCLAIMER: I could easily be confused in reading the tea leaves; and as of COB yesterday I could be the F-Fund bag holder if I'm wrong
Carter Worth on CNBC agrees and sees a move in the 10-year treasury yield down to about 2.15% before the bear market in bonds resumes.
I'm not sure I agree yet, but I can be persuaded ... so thanks for your analysis, fedgolfer!
Happy trading, all.
Once again I'm in the wrong fund.
Allocations as of COB Dec 21 : 100% S. | Retirement Date: Dec 2022
Past Returns: 2016 -1.79%, 2015 8.71%, 2014 -7.39%, 2013 17.29%, 2012 2.75%,5Yr Avg 3.57%
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