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Bonds Analysis & Opinion

Chris Kimble
10-Year Yields May Be Ready To Soar
By Chris Kimble - Sep 12, 2014

The Power of the Pattern suggested that interest rates were about to blast off in May of 2013, because it looked like a bullish inverse head-and-shoulders pattern in yields was in play. What happened ...

Interest Rates Are Finishing A Seasonally Weak Period
By  - Sep 12, 2014

The interest rate on the 10-Year Treasury Note has moved up a little since the beginning of September. That’s been a reversal of course from this year’s trend. Prior to now, interest rates had headed ...

Chris Kimble
U.S. Yields: Are You Kidding Me?
By Chris Kimble - Sep 10, 2014

When one looks at the yields on very short-term U.S. Government debt, yields on the 2-Year and 5-Year notes are up a big percentage over the past three years. Since 2011, the yield on the 2-year note ...

Michael A. Gayed
Draghi Saves Alternatives
By Michael A. Gayed - Sep 08, 2014

“If saving money is wrong, I don't want to be right!” - William ShatnerIn a world where bonds and stocks have correlated in an unusually high way, any kind of risk trigger has been ...

Erik Swarts
Tepper Calls An Audible On The Bond Market
By Erik Swarts - Sep 08, 2014

We've made the case before (see here) that for all the pomp and circumstance, Fed policy over the last three decades has done very little to deviate yields from what became a genuinely symmetrical and...