From Goldsqueeze: The 10-, 20-, and 30-year US Treasury Bonds are all in the final stage of what appears to be textbook cup-with-handle consolidation patterns. Just in case you don’t know, cup-with-handle patterns are one of the most tried-and-true bullish consolidation patterns out there. If you’re interested in learning more on this specific formation or maybe you just need a refresher, Trending123.com offers a nice explanation. So first, here are the charts:
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