This is a guest post from Precision Capital Management
The Precise Take – February poised to close on a volatile note.
Leaders Analysis: Most of the leaders reversed yesterday in line with the afternoon equities rally. The US Dollar Index is forming a consolidating wedge and is one to watch. If it were to top this week, we thought it would have done so more convincingly by now; however, as long as it is consolidating, it can still do so, but needs to do so soon. The 30 Year yield is trading at long term trendline support that has three points of contact since late September, having bounced most recently earlier in the month. A break down should lead to a test of at least the 200 day moving average, currently at 4.40%. A concurrent Dollar decline and equities rally is not out of the question, but would be slightly unusual, so this will be an important leader to watch. A bounce would lead to a retest of the 4.75% level and possible break.
Medium Term Analysis: Yesterday proved to be a difficult day to predict, as the 1082 to 1085 support level in the ES that we had dismissed the day before indeed proved to be strong support. Overnight, the ES rallied but rejected the 1107.50 high volume level we have been watching. Until the ES accepts around this area, it will not be able to move higher. With three reports today between 9:42 and 10:00 am and rumors regarding Greek debt, there should be…
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