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Who benefits from rising rates? ... the Banks foremost and companies without debt. Rising rates put pressure on Bonds.

Check out: US $ and 10 year bond yield. (chart 2e and 2f), UUP, (Dollar), DB, (possible breakout)

Short-Term: KR (ST engulfing), NYCB (Support level with tight STOP) GE, (ST oversold)

Weekly Examples: FSLR, NCZ, NFLX (breakout), WFC (Piercing),

Bonds: US Treasury: 10 Year Yield, 20 year Bond, USO (oil)

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01a - $INDU - Monthly Chart 2

01b -$SPX - Monthly Chart

01c - $USB - Monthly Chart

01d - $TNX - Monthly YIELD Chart

02a - $INDU - Weekly Chart

02b - $SPX - Weekly Chart

02e - UUP - Weekly US DOLLAR

03b - SAM - Weekly Chart

03c - NKE - Weekly Chart

04a - FSLR - Weekly Chart

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