U.S. 10 YR YIELDS & BONDS

Every week Tech Charts Global Equity Markets report features some of the well-defined, mature classical chart patterns under a lengthy watchlist and the chart pattern breakout signals that took place during that week. Global Equity Markets report covers single stocks from developed, emerging and frontier markets, ETF’s, select commodities, cryptocurrencies and global equity indices. Below charts discuss U.S. 10 Year Treasury Yields and Bonds from the review section of the weekly report.

The chart below is the 10 Year U.S. Treasury Yield Index. The index is looking for a direction after a strong run. Price pulled back to the 200-day average. A recovery above 13.2-13.6 area can put the yields back in an uptrend. Failure to recover above 13.2-13.6 area can result in a correction towards 10 levels. Volatility is at an extreme low and this suggests a trend period soon.

The U.S. 10 Year T-Note is trading around its 200-day average. Latest consolidation below the 200-day average at 134.4 levels and the minor high at 134 levels will be important levels to monitor for trend change. I will monitor this chart for stability above the 200-day average to conclude for a trend change. Failure to recover above the 200-day average can result in a re-test of the lows around 130.7 levels.


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GLOBAL EQUITY MARKETS – September 18, 2021

REVIEW


The benchmark for the Global equity markets performance, the iShares MSCI All Country World Index ETF (ACWI.O) is in an uptrend. Failure to hold above the upper boundary resulted in a failed breakout and is now followed by a correction towards the lower boundary of the trend channel at 101 levels. In case of a larger scale correction, strong support area will remain between 97.1 and 101 levels. 97.1 is also the upper boundary of the long-term trend channel that can be seen on weekly scale price chart.

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INTERIM UPDATE (AMERICAS) – September 17, 2021

I start my research on Mondays and finalize by end of day Thursday. Friday is dedicated to putting all ideas to the report format. During the week I come across good setups and those are featured in the weekly report. However, there are those that pop during the week and is worth bringing to your attention before the week finalizes. Below is the latest addition to Tech Charts watchlist from AMERICAS equities. This charts will also be included in the weekly update.

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CRYPTOCURRENCIES – September 12, 2021

Several crypto currency pairs have completed short-term consolidations on the upside. Volatility was low. These short-term consolidations acted as bottom reversals. Following the bottom reversals many pairs have experienced sharp corrections. Those corrections have pulled back to the year-long averages. I’m still trying to make sense of the current chart pattern developments. Clearly many short-term chart patterns are forming a bigger formation that will become clear with time.
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GLOBAL EQUITY MARKETS – September 11, 2021

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The benchmark for the Global equity markets performance, the iShares MSCI All Country World Index ETF (ACWI.O) is in an uptrend. The ETF has been trending higher in a channel on daily scale. Last week’s push above the upper boundary of the trend channel was followed by this week’s failure. Failure to hold above the upper boundary can result in a failed breakout and can be followed by a correction. Unless we see a sharp recovery above the upper boundary in the following week, I will weigh the possibility of a pullback towards the lower boundary of the trend channel around 100.5 levels. There is no reversal pattern on both daily and weekly scale price charts.

 

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INTERIM UPDATE (AMERICAS) – September 10, 2021

I start my research on Mondays and finalize by end of day Thursday. Friday is dedicated to putting all ideas to the report format. During the week I come across good setups and those are featured in the weekly report. However, there are those that pop during the week and is worth bringing to your attention before the week finalizes. Below is the latest addition to Tech Charts watchlist from AMERICAS equities. This charts will also be included in the weekly update.

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Chart Pattern Reliability & Statistics – September 2021 Tech Charts Webinar

Chart Pattern Reliability & Statistics – September 2021 Tech Charts Webinar

We continued our Member webinar series with chart pattern reliability and how the latest market conditions have impacted success rates on different chart patterns. What are the patterns that are robust in different types of market cycles?

 

Webinar Outline

  • Review of chart pattern statistics and discussion on chart pattern reliability
  • How to measure price objectives with bearish breakdowns
  • How to treat range-bound markets and take advantage of trading opportunities during well-defined ranges
  • Review of some of the latest breakout opportunities
  • Member Q&A

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GLOBAL EQUITY MARKETS – September 4, 2021

REVIEW


The benchmark for the Global equity markets performance, the iShares MSCI All Country World Index ETF (ACWI.O) is in an uptrend. The ETF has been trending higher in a channel on daily scale. This week’s price action pushed the ACWI ETF above the channel (daily scale). Breakout above a rising trend channel can accelerate the uptrend. Failure to hold above the upper boundary can result in a failed breakout and can be followed by a correction. I will now start monitoring price action above the upper boundary of the rising trend channel. There is no reversal pattern on both daily and weekly scale price charts.

REMINDER: Live Webinar and Q&A with Aksel – Sunday, September 5th, 8:30 am mountain

Dear Tech Charts Members,

We are continuing our Member webinar series with chart pattern reliability and how the latest market conditions have impacted success rates on different chart patterns. What are the patterns that are robust in different types of market cycles? 

Scheduled for: Sunday, September 5th, 8:30 am mountain (register below)

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BULLISH CONTINUATIONS ON CRYPTOCURRENCIES

Every week Tech Charts Global Equity Markets report features some of the well-defined, mature classical chart patterns under a lengthy watchlist and the chart pattern breakout signals that took place during that week. Global Equity Markets report covers single stocks from developed, emerging and frontier markets, ETF’s, select commodities, cryptocurrencies and global equity indices.

We have now added special cryptocurrency reports to our coverage as part of the premium membership. The below analysis is part of the special cryptocurrency updates.

As on many other crypto pairs a bullish flag can be identified on LTCUSD as well. Earlier the price chart completed a rectangle bottom reversal with a breakout above 150 levels where price breached the long-term (365 day EMA) as well. The trend change has taken place. Following the change in trend we are now seeing a possible bullish continuation chart pattern with the resistance at 190 and support at 160 levels. From a larger scale perspective a multi-month long H&S bottom can be in progress as well. For now I want to focus on the latest bullish flag development. A breakout above 190 levels can target 220 levels in a short period of time and confirm the existing uptrend.

 


Tech Charts Membership

By becoming a Premium Member, you’ll be able to improve your knowledge of the principles of classical charting.

With this knowledge, you can merge them with your investing system. In fact, some investors use my analyses to modify their existing style to invest more efficiently and successfully.

Get Access Now

As a Premium Member of Aksel Kibar’s Tech Charts,

You will receive:

  • Global Equities Report. Delivered weekly.
  • Classical charting principles. Learn patterns and setups.
  • Actionable information. Worldwide indices and stocks of interest.
  • Risk management advice. The important trading points of each chart.
  • Information on breakout opportunities. Identify the ones you want to take action on.
  • Video tutorials. How patterns form and why they succeed or fail.
  • Watch list alerts. As they become available so you can act quickly.
  • Breakout alerts. Usually once a week.
  • Access to everything (now and as it becomes available)
    o Reports
    o Videos and video series
  • Multi-part webinar course. You learn the 8 most common charting principles.
  • Webinars. Actionable and timely advice on breaking out chart patterns.

For your convenience your membership auto renews each year.

Get Access Now

Live Webinar and Q&A with Aksel – Sunday, September 5th, 8:30 am mountain

Dear Tech Charts Members,

We are continuing our Member webinar series with chart pattern reliability and how the latest market conditions have impacted success rates on different chart patterns. What are the patterns that are robust in different types of market cycles? 

Scheduled for: Sunday, September 5th, 8:30 am mountain (register below)

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