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Bonds Analysis & Opinion

Peter Brandt
U.S. Interest Rates And Fed At Disconnect By Peter Brandt - Jun 14, 2016

The dominant chart construction in Treasury Bonds (30-Year T-Bonds in chart below) is the 10-month symmetrical triangle completed on the weekly continuation graph in late January. The September ...

Chris Ciovacco
Bond Traders Turn Massively Bearish   By Chris Ciovacco - Jun 13, 2016

The stock market has seen various forms of extremely rare behavior over the past three years. The bond market has also checked some very, very rare boxes recently. From Bloomberg: Today’s bond ...

Mike Paulenoff
Gold Vs. 10-Year Yield Whispers 'Reflate' By Mike Paulenoff - Jun 10, 2016

Lower yield(s) are pressing beneath key support in what has morphed from a possible bottom between July 2013 (1.38%) through mid-to-late 2015 (2.37%-2.49%) into a massive distribution pattern that ...

Tim Knight
Treasury Bond Poised For A Breakout By Tim Knight - Jun 08, 2016

There are a couple elements of this perma-rising market that I actually applaud. One of them is precious metals, which I hope roars to the moon and beyond. The second is bonds. Looking at the chart ...

Mike (Mish) Shedlock
U.S. Treasury Bull Market Over? By Mike (Mish) Shedlock - Jun 06, 2016

In the wake of amusing calls by various Fed presidents about impending rate hikes, Curve Watchers Anonymous has received numerous questions about the US treasury bull market. Specifically, readers ...

Tim Shirata
Safety In Bonds? We Disagree By Tim Shirata - Jun 03, 2016

The word is out from the Fed: rates are going up. We all knew this, but the unfounded recession fears that briefly possessed market participants earlier this year made us forget it for a little while....