Thursday, September 25, 2014

Corporate High Yield Bond Mutuals and ETFs Break Long-Term Support

As suggested in our previous posts, lower prices could be in store for corporate high yield bond funds.  Over the last few days, prices have precipitously dropped through the long-term support lines labeled S-1 and S-2 as shown in our two previous corporate high yield bond fund posts, dated 9/8/14 and 9/9/14.

Updated daily graphs for NHINX, BHYSX, and VWEHX with 9/26/2014 closing prices are below.

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The funds are back into oversold conditions per the RSI and may be at or near support as shown by the blue dashed line.  As such, a rally is possible from here.  We shall see.

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The author/publisher has no position in corporate high yield bond funds at the time this article was written.

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