Why, it’s the Pigs. Despite all the interest rate hype the Banks, which should benefit from a breakout in long-term yields, are still bearish. In
As noted in this week’s NFTRH US & Global Market Internals segment, an important leader is failing to lead. That is all the more notable
So Heisenberg notes… Bad News For That Massive Treasury Short As Goldman Slashes Bond Yield Forecasts Last Friday, when the latest CFTC data hit, Jeff Gundlach
It’s a bullish looking bounce pattern for 7-10 year bonds, even as Anthony noted that the Treasury was selling $28B in 10yr Notes on Wednesday.
With the big picture macro implications of this potential secular crossroads in yields… …it is probably important to keep an eye on companion indicators to
 Today I took profit (principal & interest) on 7-10 year Treasury fund IEF in order to concentrate on the shorter end of the curve
The TIP/IEF ‘inflation gauge’ is still motoring upward after breaking above the SMA 200. If this turns the 200 up along with the MA 50
Look, I know I am the boring macro guy. I know you want me to tell you when gold stocks are going to go up
I am staying patient on this not only because the daily charts have not completely given up the rising yields play, but also because the
Well, you can’t win ’em all. I am still holding TBT but I did not want to see the lower low that came about today.
If this morning’s break above resistance is real you’ll need to have your thinking caps on in the coming weeks. It’s about to get really
Sometimes I look at individual stocks and ask myself something like this, using Intel as the current example: ‘how, if the market is going to
A look at the road directly ahead using daily charts. Gold has been in a clear series of higher highs and higher lows in 2017.
The wash-rinse-repeat cycle continues along in Treasury bonds and Bloomberg and its poster girl of the day for an alarming headline, Louise Yamada, may finally