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So, did the 10-year US Treasury Yield just go over the waterfall of interconnected risk?
After one of the more epic 2 hour moves I’ve ever seen for the 10-year yield (between 8:30-10:30am on Friday), my long-term TAIL risk line of 2.60% broke (2.58% this morning).
Gold is breaking out again and European stocks don’t like it inasmuch as high multiple US Growth Stocks won’t.
After frustrating people who missed the rip higher to $1380 in early March, Gold has been consolidating and finally broke out above my immediate-term TRADE momentum line of $1292 on Friday.
There is 0% coincidence in that after the 10-year yield gave it direction. Gold loves falling bond yields.