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1.883 +0.014    +0.77%
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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 1.869
  • Day's Range: 1.857 - 1.899
U.S. 30Y 1.883 +0.014 +0.77%
Summary:Strong Buy
Moving Averages:BuyBuy (8)Sell (4)
Technical Indicators:Strong BuyBuy (9)Sell (2)

Pivot PointsSep 16, 2021 07:42PM GMT

Name S3 S2 S1 Pivot Points R1 R2 R3
Classic 1.877 1.878 1.879 1.880 1.881 1.882 1.883
Fibonacci 1.878 1.879 1.879 1.880 1.881 1.881 1.882
Camarilla 1.880 1.880 1.881 1.880 1.881 1.881 1.881
Woodie's 1.879 1.879 1.881 1.881 1.883 1.883 1.885
DeMark's - - 1.879 1.880 1.881 - -

Technical IndicatorsSep 16, 2021 07:42PM GMT

Name Value Action
RSI(14) 57.190 Buy
STOCH(9,6) 44.257 Sell
STOCHRSI(14) 42.746 Sell
MACD(12,26) 0.005 Buy
ADX(14) 27.278 Buy
Williams %R -42.450 Buy
CCI(14) 100.6175 Buy
ATR(14) 0.0090 High Volatility
Highs/Lows(14) 0.0011 Buy
Ultimate Oscillator 51.385 Buy
ROC 1.155 Buy
Bull/Bear Power(13) 0.0121 Buy

Buy: 9

Sell: 2

Neutral: 0


Summary:Strong Buy

Moving AveragesSep 16, 2021 07:42PM GMT

Period Simple Exponential
MA5 1.881
Buy
1.882
Buy
MA10 1.880
Buy
1.879
Buy
MA20 1.873
Buy
1.875
Buy
MA50 1.863
Buy
1.875
Buy
MA100 1.889
Sell
1.887
Sell
MA200 1.918
Sell
1.902
Sell

Buy: 8

Sell: 4


Summary:Buy

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Millennial Metals
Millennial Metals 49 minutes ago
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Who buys this LOL
R T HUDGINS
R T HUDGINS 6 hours ago
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Junk
Bill Ackman
Bill Ackman Sep 14, 2021 8:56AM ET
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For the 1st time in nine months the #CPI rose less than expected. But the .3% Aug. gain still annualizes to almost 4%. The "actual" YOY rise is 5.3%, and the annualized YTD jump is 6.3%. A ridiculously low owner's equivalent rent continues to mask a far larger #inflation problem.
Pradeep Jhanjee
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Population growth = 0.6%, Productivity growth =0.25% Real Long term interest rate = 0.85% Velocity of money is at historic lows. Marginal productivity of debt is zero to negative. Long Term inflation is zero to negative. So 30 yr Trsy Yield will head towards 0.85% or there about. Happy hunting.
Paul Shimel
Paul Shimel Sep 09, 2021 2:28PM ET
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lol
Johnny Chingas
Johnny Chingas Sep 07, 2021 9:57PM ET
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fake bond market. adam sandler uncut gems auction watch the movie. fed buying its own bonds to create short term liquidity to keep institutions from drowning. ;)
Yann Olivier
Yann Olivier Sep 05, 2021 3:53AM ET
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bonsoir
Jeff Bailey
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Reminder ... new month. Reset your alerts to new Monthly Pivot levels.
Derek de Roos
Derek de Roos Aug 22, 2021 9:07PM ET
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Michael Burry is short on TLT right now.
Millennial Metals
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Why would anybody buy this
Jeff Bailey
JeffB Aug 20, 2021 1:58AM ET
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If they were a government bond fixed income manager, had inflows and other alternatives ranged from -1% to 10% and those were your choices.
Matt Brackley
Matt Brackley Aug 16, 2021 4:35PM ET
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everyone going to sell this now
Pradeep Jhanjee
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Short term perhaps but longer term dollar confidence will survive and structural disinflation / deflationary forces will dominate.....
Pradeep Jhanjee
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In the short term perhaps however longer term confidence in the dollar will remain and structural disinflationary / deflationary forces will dominate.
Matt Brackley
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Eat Fed Liquid
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A trend line since the start of modern  globalization https://invst.ly/vqk3u . What must happen for it to break to the upside or we are going negative.
Jeff Bailey
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US 30-yr T Yld 1.984% @ 01:00 PM ET
Bill Ackman
Bill Ackman Jul 29, 2021 4:37PM ET
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How can any one expect a return to a normal monetary policy when asset prices, debt levels and federal budget and international trade deficits are abnormally high? This bubble economy can't survive normal interest rates. Abnormally high #inflation is the only politically viable option.
Pradeep Jhanjee
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Look at the labor participation rate, the loan to bank deposit ratio and the velocity of money and then recognize that longer term inflation is not happening. Of course if MMT truly kicks in then we have a Weimar situation....but I am betting that that Rubicon will not be crossed....
Bill Ackman
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Pradeep Jhanjee Inflation on the ground is 20-30% anyway ask the general public
Daniel Rubin
Daniel Rubin Jul 29, 2021 4:37PM ET
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How did we get to normal monetary policy after ww2?
Mister Burns
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through high growth unlike now
scott link
scott link Jul 21, 2021 2:32PM ET
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TLT  im long calls 151 next week expire
Kevin Shaughnessy
Kevin Shaughnessy Jul 21, 2021 2:32PM ET
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Bought TBTaug 20 17 and 17.50 calls today. 30 yr auction tomorrow… yield to low
Harry Skip Robinson
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Are long bond yields going to covid-19 lockdown levels? Some parents just received their first $300 per child stimmy checks even though they didn't need them. Any excuse the FRB and Admin can get to pump out more kindling/toilet paper/currency into the system as consumer spending slows. And investors are still pumping $billions into the equity and money markets. This is truly unbelievable.
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we are going to retest the lows again probably next week
JR Pierce
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I keep saying when this thing crashes its going to leave a crater that is visible from the moon
Matt Brackley
Matt Brackley Jul 20, 2021 7:31AM ET
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no crash...tech bear market...invest like it's 1950
Michael Dell
Michael Dell Jul 19, 2021 5:04PM ET
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1.946% high from Jan 2020 or Even 1.776% high from March 2021 at this time will make everything collapse since remember in March 2021 people had $1400 stimulus checks and various other loans and printed money were sent…I dont see that level reaching until the Fed “starts” tapering “Not” “talking” or “thinking” or “setting time frame” the “day” it “starts” only then which i dont see until 2023 at the latest :D :D :D and forget fed interest rates :D :D that woulf take another year after “tapering” is done for several months :D :D
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how will the Fed raise interest rates and taper bond purchases when the US government has to continue borrowing money? How can an economy built on borrowing and spending function if interest rates rise?Simply put — it can’t.The fact is that given all of the debt the US economy can’t handle the high interest rate environment necessary to tame rising prices. The Federal Reserve boosted interest rates modestly to 2.5% in 2018 and all hell broke loose. The stock market crashed, and the Fed was forced back to loose monetary policy even before the coronavirus pandemic
Harry Skip Robinson
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In economic principles we're done. In practice they're still able to keep all the holes in the *******plugged. There is no such thing as negative interest rates in a sound economy.
Michael Dell
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Powell cant let Jeff Bezos net worth come down to $100B from $200B by raising interest rates by .25% or reducing bond purchases from $120B a month to $110B a month aint gonna happen :D :D
Jeff Bailey
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30 Yr T Yld 1.974% @ Final tick! (Just under eight 25 bp rate hikes)
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Dizzle TheRizzle Jul 14, 2021 4:58PM ET
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Sub 2% is screaming yet gold over the 50dma. Whos telling the truth?
Peter Trade
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The fed can ***my left nut.. so tired of them corrupting the markets
Jeff Bailey
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Good liquidity in the system from monetary policy. Still uncertainties surrounding global economy. Stand pat, stay the course.
Jeff Bailey
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US 30 YR Yld 2.002% @ 03:30 PM ET
Michael Dell
Michael Dell Jul 02, 2021 3:50AM ET
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No people in america should work because fed should send regular printed checks to everyone in america to buy goods and services produced by dollar accepting slaves in Japan,S korea,Mexico,India,Pakistan etc
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Jeff Bailey
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We did that during Obama/Biden Administration. Trump put a stop to it. Yes, it appears to be happening again under Biden, but i don’t agree with the new Administrations trade policies. Disclosure: I voted for Trump.
Michael Dell
Michael Dell Jul 02, 2021 3:50AM ET
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Jeff Bailey Trump shoutef for negative interest rates :D
Tim Gilbert
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Jeff Bailey  Again, this isn't a political opinion column or about your opinions on presidents.  It's about the 30-year yield today. Wall Street and I don't care how you voted or what you think politicians did.
Jeff Bailey
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Tim Gilbert ... Economic Policy is taken into account by Fed Monitary Policy and the 30 yr Treas yield is set by all global market participants, so to ignore political events and policy, it equivakent of playing the piano with 1 finger.
Jeff Bailey
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PS ... per my point and figure chart analysis, macro political and monetary analysis, the 30-year yield did trade my 2.50% target, noted here in this chat as well as VX, VIX, UVXY and SPY.
Fred Wabb
Fred Wabb Jun 28, 2021 10:50AM ET
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Market pricing in lower growth due to >130% debt-to-GDP XDD i love it
Daniel Rubin
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It will be inflated away like post world war 2. Buy the 30Y with implied 100% capital loss at current inflation levels
Jose Ruiz
Jose Ruiz Jun 25, 2021 1:42PM ET
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The fed has to led the market free
Fred Wabb
Fred Wabb Jun 25, 2021 1:42PM ET
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agreed, but would crash US equities like -90%
JAMES CUNHA
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I wonder how the Fed plans on fixing this massive bubble it has created in the equity markets without crashing the country into recession.
Trevor Roberts
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Its like the debt, kick the can and retire asap
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if you buy this now you'll hold the bag for a VERY LONG TIME
 
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