10-year Treasury Yield (TNX) and 30-year Treasury Bond (TLT) Update

0-year Treasury yields have been the ‘talk of the town’ lately. Many market commentators consider 10-year rates the linchpin for continued equity gains and scapegoat for lack thereof. 

Here is the near-term outlook for 10-year Treasury yields and 30-year Treasury Bonds as published in Sunday’s Profit Radar Report (charts have not been updated, but price has moved in the expected direction).

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30-year Treasury Bonds (TLT) Outlook

The daily chart (end of day prices only) pegs 30-year Treasury Futures at a general support zone (extending slightly above and below the green trend line) and just below trend channel support. There is a bullish RSI-35 divergence with RSI-2 nearly over-sold.

The wave structure since the March 2020 high is not without dispute, but the persistence of the latest decline suggests this is a wave 3 (or C) decline. A bounce (either wave 4 or something more sustainable) could start from around the current support range.

The structure for the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT) looks similar.

A detailed long-term outlook for 30 year Treasury bonds was published in the March 21, 2021 Profit Radar Report.

10-year Treasury Yield Index (TNX) Outlook

TNX (10-yr Treasury Yield Index) closed right at double resistance last week. RSI-2 is nearly over-bought and RSI-35 shows a bearish divergence. Up side momentum has been strong and betting on a reversal takes perfect timing, but the odds for a (temporary) reversal (perhaps wave 4) are higher than at any other point over the past few months.

Below is a list of ETFs linked to 10-year Treasury bonds. Keep in mind that there is an inverse relationship between bond prices and yields. Anyone betting on lower 10-year yields would want to be long 10-year Treasuries while anyone betting on a continued rise in yields would want to own an inverse 10-year Treasury ETF (like TBX, PST, TYO).

iShares 7-10 Year Treasury Bond ETF (IEF)

ProShares Short 7-10 Year Treasury ETF (TBX)

ProShares Ultra 7-10 Year Treasury ETF (UST)

UltraShort Barclays 7-10 Year Treasury ETF (PST

Direxion Daily 7-10 Year Treasury Bull 3X (TYD)

Direxion Daily 7-10 Year Treasury Bear 3X (TYO)

Continuous updates are available via the Profit Radar Report.

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