Gundlach: I Doubt You’re Going To Have Lost Decade In...
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Treasuries Filling Gaps | ChessNwine
Given the historical inverse correlation between stocks and bonds, equity bulls are looking for Treasuries to see a classic failed bounce here. After filling its latest gap. there still might be another gap-fill above, but TLT‘s declining 50 day moving average could easily be an area from
Pending Treasury Exit? | Dynamic Hedge
There have been at least as many betting against the Treasury bull as there were betting against the natural gas bear. These trades leave many a bodies in their wake but eventually the corpses are proven right.Are we seeing the start of capital coming out of treasuries? Since it had a blow-off
Is The Apocalypse Upon Us? | Option Pit
Go away on vacation and look what happens. The Treasuries make an all time high (or low yield) because the USA missed the jobs number. Wow, is that all? May be the weight of slow job growth, collapsing major currency, Asian slowdown and our own fiscal cliff and the ensuing
Calafia Beach Pundit: Why A Recession Is Not Likely, And The...
you got your facts wrong. 5 year inflation expectation is NOT at 2.6%. It's only 1.7%. Pretty much all you are saying is that as long as the Fed keeps rate at 0, we will never have recessions. You make economics sound like kindergarten stuff.The 5-yr, 5-yr forward inflation expectation I cite
WARREN BUFFETT: The Investment You Think Is 'Safe' Is Actually...
See AlsoWe Can't Keep Growing Like ThisJEREMY GRANTHAM: We're Headed For A Disaster Of Biblical ProportionsTHE CRASH IN CONTEXT: Stocks Still Overvalued--But Getting Closer To "Average" Warren Buffett has published a preview of his annual letter in Fortune.In the preview, he does one of the many
Treasury Ponders Negative Interest Rates - NYTimes.com
The question was asked if it made sense for Treasury to permit bids and awards at negative interest rates in marketable Treasury bill auctions. [A Treasury employee] noted that there were operational issues associated with such a rule change, but that the hurdles were not insurmountable. It was the
Gonzalo Lira: The Perniciousness Of ZIRP
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WHERE ARE RATES HEADED? 3 SCENARIOS | PRAGMATIC CAPITALISM
One of the hotter debates going on right now surrounds interest rates and whether the great bull market in bonds will continue. My base case has become bearish on Treasuries after having been bullish last year before the big surge in bonds. In a recent research piece Nomura offered three
Bond And S&P IV In A Strange Place | Option Pit
To show you how great of an affect that the Fed, Europe, and congress is having on the market I thought I would point out something unique that is currently happening: Here is a quick look at volatility in the SPXNotice the IV (the red line) as measured by LiveVolPro is coming in at a little
Spikes In Precious Metals And Treasuries Could Be...
We are seeing some interesting market behavior on Tuesday morning which could be foreshadowing a Eurozone disaster tomorrow, or even later today. Money has been flowing into Treasuries and precious metals while the stock market is experiencing some weakness, although near-term sentiment continues
A Top For The Long Bond?
Just an observation here, but I am seeing some negative divergences that may be signalling at least a short term top may be in for bonds. Rising price with lower volume, less strength in the RSI, momentum failing in the MACD, and now an island reversal day. These are usually not good signs...
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