One signal takes effect on next week's open of trading based on the latest Commitments of Traders data from the CFTC: bullish for my setup for the 30-year Treasury bond (meaning the yield would fall).
The latest trader positioning (you can see details on my latest signals table) shows the "smart money" commercial hedgers remaining heavily bearish in their derivatives positioning in the S&P 500 as a percentage of the total open interest. That setup is bearish, despite the recent rally.
My NASDAQ-100 setup is also bearish.
In fact, the bullish bond signal suggests mounting overall bearish positioning in the COT data, with the only other bullish signals being gold and silver. That contrasts strongly with the bullish positioning in my discretionary positions based on chart price action.
What could it mean?
Have a good weekend pondering that, and good luck next week!