After 14 straight days of positive Fannie Mae 4% coupon closings, the bond finally looks to be at a crossroad. The attach video shows the 14 day rally, the huge battle to break through the triple overhead layers of resistance and todays head on collision with the 200 day moving average. What is the market to do? Tomorrow we have the Jobs numbers hitting the wire at 8:30EST, this usually volatile report could either catapult the Mortgage Bonds higher and further the rally or kill it off and cause a massive selloff, which by the way the bond market is ripe for. Its going to be interesting to watch.
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