The Fred Report - Monthly October 2020

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TLT has weakened short-term. Below 160 is a concern that sets up a move to lower prices. LQD still is the strongest bond ETF. Accumulation models are in the same pattern. These low rates may not last through yearend. HYG and various junk bond ETFs have pulled back but now have given daily buy signals. These are in a trading range. We continue to be cautious on bonds, and use alternatives such as PCEF, VRP, CWB, and dividend stock ETFs for income.

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