Thursday, December 24, 2015

HYG - Falling Megaphone Support Below $75/Share on Weekly Chart

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As the weekly chart above shows, for corporate high yield bond ETF HYG, intermediate-term pattern changes started in about July 2014.  A series of four rising wedges gave way to a falling megaphone (or expanding wedge) pattern - in fact it appears that one megaphone pattern is nested within another.  

In addition, the current "Santa Claus" rally might encounter shorter-term falling resistance by the end of this week.

The support line for the larger falling megaphone is below $75/share if this pattern plays out. 

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