Rising interest rates are finally getting some attention here, and by all accounts, investors are concerned!

The rate with which treasury yields have moved higher has caught many off guard and may be part of the recent uptick in market volatility.

Will interest rates pull back now that the market is grumbling?  How much is enough?

In the 2-pack of charts below, two things are apparent: 1) Rates have risen very quickly and 2) They are due for a breather.  The latter would be music to investors ears, as it takes time for the markets to digest a change in trend (especially with interest rates).

Looking at the chart of 10-Year US Treasury Yield Index, you can see that treasury yields are testing the top of a 5 year trading range. This should provide some resistance for interest rates, especially when you consider that its the 2nd sharpest 80-week rally in 20 years (Up 88%)!

This post was originally written for See It Markets.com.  To see rest of the article and see why bond bulls hope this is a brick wall is a peak for rates, CLICK HERE

Also see in the article how the Copper/Gold ratio is attempting to break down, which often correlates to interest rates!



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