With reference to the previous post, here is the chart I was originally looking for. Today IEF is making a move above the neckline. Why
Now that the supposed decision (there was no decision) by FOMC is behind us the market can get on with its course for the summer.
A look at long-term Treasury bonds here on Fed QT day… So yields bumped up over the last week or two and bonds declined. But
The guy is a most humble and open minded market watcher. He’s also the poster of oddly funny and sometimes disturbing pictures on the financial
Well, that remains to be seen. We are watching the tone of earnings season as the stock market grinds out its ongoing top-test. But aside
Public sentiment, so well tended to the bond-bearish side of the boat by the media and its experts, is not yet fixed (i.e. not yet
None other than “BOND KING” Bill Gross was served up on a platter (along with side orders of Dalio, Tudor Jones and Gundlach) for mainstream
US Treasury Bonds/Yields On May 20 we presented a case in NFTRH 500 that the bearish bond play (bullish yields) was done, at least temporarily,
Because every once in a while wise guys writing about the markets are going to have a brain glitch and be flat out wrong on
It was just a little over a week ago (May 20) that NFTRH 500 presented a case for caution on the rising bond yields tout
I’ll try to keep things simple with this recap of the 3 of the 5 major food groups (leaving aside commodities and currencies) for investors.
Just a quick note that the laggard ‘inflation expectations’ gauge… …is starting to follow the leader ‘inflation expectations’ gauge upward. Subscribe to NFTRH Premium for
Well yes, NFTRH 495 was that someone. A screenshot from the Wrap Up segment… With 2-10yr Treasury yields rising anew this week (as 30yr yields
A stroll through time with TYX & SPX. A great bull market in stocks began in the early 1980s after yields topped out and began