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Coppock Indicators

G-bond bounceback

13 March 2014

Coppock says buy gilts - but our analysis suggests treading carefully when trying to time entry and exit points for government bonds

Has the bear market in UK government bonds come to an end? That's what Coppock seems to be telling is this month, with the buy signal on UK government securities coming after a long sell off that, on the face of it, was predicted by the IC Coppock indicator in December 2012.

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