China have recently wiped billions of stock markets for devaluing yaun by 2% due to increasing export rates and boosting economy have had ripple dire effects on stocks worldwide including dow jones and FTSE, both regaining their threshold since last week by massive gains. Looking at my chart please tell me what the repercussions on the Treasury are at the moment by using pure technical analysis. Treasury bonds look to regain or plunge further past support since last weeks breif retracement on daily chart
Here is my weekly chart, although the fall is temporary, seems to look more promising for the push on
up, have not yet related this to the more palatable correlative, thinly traded illiquid UV futures chart which seems to breifly forge ahead of the ZB and is used as a primary predictive instrument due to high correlation between the two.
Although the spinning top green candle (the spindly green candle near the end of the market) in the weekly chart seems to signify that the trend is losing its force, it is considered a potentially bullish candle if green in which it is.
ATR (14) for daily is coming down, was 2-10, now 1-22.
Thur and Friday, lots of sideways action as expected Jackson Hole.
30min chart showing sideways movement along with two lines one 154-13 the other 156.-5.
Depending on data could go either way.
Also, FED not giving signal which way it wants to go, is another problem.
Summary of Summit from WSJ.
US FED is concerned (worried) if they raise rates what will happen to other countries that are Dollar dependent.
Which means US has dug itself into a hole and can't get out.
With no direction from FED, moves will be short and tight.
Until Sept 16-17 and US Congress debt ceiling on the table again.
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Seeing a further angle from today of keeping the support levels intact and the stoch rsi appears to be in oversold mode. I would say if the ZB breaks the linear resistance levels then we have a market push up and if support levels are broken the a down trend albeit possibly temporary depending on FOMC announcement and interest rates news.
Last edited by Hayles76; August 31st, 2015 at 01:23 PM.