07/22/2015 – 30 YR Treasury Bond

Issued: 07/22/2015

September 30 year U.S. Treasury bond:

1. Any hourly close above $153.01 will place bonds into a ‘Buy’ position for further advance and test/attempt at $153.18 (or higher).

2. Once long, a protective sell stop should be placed at $152.13. The stop will be moved higher as the market continues to confirm.

David Williams

Issued: 07/22/2015

September 30 year U.S. Treasury bond:

1. Our previous update indicated that any hourly close above $153.01 would place September bonds into a ‘Buy’ position for further advance and test/attempt at $153.18 (or higher).

2. Aggressive traders already long should take initial long position exit at current prices (current price, $153.09). Will update.

David Williams

Issued: 07/22/2015

September 30 year U.S. Treasury bond:

1. Our previous update indicated that any hourly close above $153.01 would place September bonds into a ‘Buy’ position for further advance and test/attempt at $153.18 (or higher).

2. Aggressive traders took initial long position exit at $153.09 as noted in our previous update. Today’s (Wednesday, July 22) session high was $153.15 against the $153.18 upside target.

3. Our protective sell stop is at $152.25. This stop will be moved higher as the market continues to confirm.

David Williams

Issued: 07/23/2015

September 30 year U.S. Treasury bond:

1. Our previous update indicated that any hourly close above $153.01 would place September bonds into a ‘Buy’ position for further advance and test/attempt at $153.18 (or higher). September bonds closed hourly above $153.01 yesterday (Wednesday, July 22) at $153.08, indicating new long entry.

2. Aggressive traders who entered at lower prices took initial long position exit at $153.09 as noted in our previous update. Today’s (Thursday, July 23) session completed the forecast $153.18 upside profit target where final long position exit was taken (session high, $153.20, so far). This resulted in a successful trade. Will message any further entry or indication in the September 30 year U.S. Treasury bond.

David Williams