It is tempting to infer relationship between the components that pop out of Admixture with Y-haplogroups.
I have deliberately avoided associating haplogroups with components. It is a great temptation to say that such and such component looks like it is associated with this or that haplogroup. However, Admixture components are calculated across the genome, while y-haplogroups are from the single father to son line going back for eons.
Geographically speaking, the genome is very averaged and cumbersome. Its autosomal signature depends on populations establishing a certain degree of isolation over time. The y-haplogroup is more agile and is not subject to the need for isolation. In fact, a y-haplogroup can appear in more than one Admixture component. Additionally, different branches of the phylogenic trees for the y-haplogroup may be split across different Admixture components.
So, without a clear map of correlation, I will hesitate to infer that y-haplogroup such and such belongs to a particular Admixture component.
The same is true with mtDNA.
Thanks. Have a nice weekend.