December Treasury Bonds Post Daily Reversal Bottom
After early session pressure, the December Treasury Bonds posted a daily closing price reversal bottom which may be an indication that it has run out of sellers.
Thursday’s action suggests that traders may have begun the process of squaring up short positions ahead of next week’s Federal Open Market Committee meeting.
Weekly December Gold closed higher for the week. Even though the market closed up on Friday, the closing price reversal top on Thursday is still in place, indicating a possible short-term top. While a change in trend is not indicated at this time, the closing price reversal top could be indicating the start of a substantial correction.
USD CHF Posts Daily Closing Price Bottom; Likely Position Squaring ahead of NFP Report
Profit-taking and position squaring ahead of Friday’s U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls Report helped form a daily closing price reversal bottom in the USD CHF on Thursday.
This could be something minor or it could be the start of an overdue correction. It all depends on how traders read Friday’s U.S. employment report.
Stock Futures Post Daily Reversal Tops; Correction May be Looming
U.S. stock futures markets posted daily closing price reversal tops on Thursday, sending a signal that a correction may be looming. It is going to take a break through Thursday’s lows however to confirm the formation which would then trigger the possibility of a 2 to 3 day break or 50% correction of the last rally.
The U.S. Dollar posted a strong reversal to the upside today following the release of a better than expected U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls Number. The report which showed a loss of jobs less than economists had estimated sent a signal to traders that the U.S. may be the first major economy to recover from the recession.