Bonds Analysis & Opinion

Eric De Groot
Review Of U.S. Treasury Bonds
By Eric De Groot - Feb 16, 2015

US Treasury bonds (ARCA:TLT), confined to cause building since 2012, jumped the creek of resistance at 129.60. This breakout, the trigger that likely convinces the bagholders of the bond bubble to buy...

Dan Norcini
Long Bond Breakdown
By Dan Norcini - Feb 15, 2015 1

Well, here we go again. I do not know how many times over the past year or so I have noted what looked like a chart breakdown in the U.S. long bond. By that I specifically mean a close BELOW the 50 ...

Tim Knight
The Long Bond Opportunity
By Tim Knight - Feb 12, 2015

The Greece rumors are flying so fast, even Tyler is having trouble keeping up……. So let’s set aside the drama with Ukraine and Greece for the moment and talk about bonds. My view ...

Broz On Bonds: 30-year Bond Levels For Feb 10
By MrTopStep - Feb 11, 2015

Adjusted on: 2/9 U.S. 30-Year Bond: 146.29 could be a problem being short below this pivot but trade bonds KNOWING that this pivot is crucial for next direction. Weakness seeks 146.11 (SUPPORT) and ...

Trader Moe
H&S Vs. Fake H&S On U.S. 10-Year
By Trader Moe - Feb 10, 2015

The U.S. 10-year t-note has formed a head-and-shoulders pattern at the top of a rising megaphone pattern. It’s nearing the H&S neckline and now has to decide whether to put in a genuine ...

Mark Lundeen
A Look At Bond Yields 1934 To 2015
By Mark Lundeen - Feb 08, 2015

Barron’s Best & Intermediate Grade Bond Yields provides us with an excellent history of investment grade bond yields from December 1938 when Barron’s first computed its Confidence ...

Gregory W. Harmon
Technically, Munis Look Good
By Gregory W. Harmon - Feb 06, 2015

The last three weeks covered a longer-term outlook, beyond 2015, in 13 major markets. Today, sticking with the longer-term charts we check in on the sleepy municipal bond market. Along with US ...

Chris Kimble
The 10-Year Yield: New Trend At Hand?
By Chris Kimble - Feb 04, 2015

The yield on the 10-year note rose almost 9% the past couple of days. So does that mean that a new trend is in play? The fact is that the yield on the 10-year note is in a down trend. The decline ...