Is a 1,000% rally in 5-years enough?

by Chris Kimble

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This chart looks at the yield of the 2-year note and its 5.5-year performance since 1999. The 2-year yield looks to have double bottomed in 2013 and since then it has been swiftly moving higher inside of rising channel (1). The 2-year yield is currently up over 1,100% since the lows in 2013. This rally has yields testing the top of rising channel (1) and 18-year falling resistance at (2) at the same time.

Is the 2-year yield the only interest rate testing a long-term inflection point?

The 4-pack below looks at patterns of  2, 5, 10 and 30-year yields-

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This 4-pack highlights that the sharp rally in yields over the past few years has each testing long-term falling resistance lines at each (1), while monthly momentum is currently hitting levels not seen in decades at each (2).

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