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Tim Knight
Waiting For Bond Entry Point By Tim Knight - Jun 23, 2016

The closer we slip to 131.69, the more attractive I believe bonds are as a long position. Of course, I am not touching a thing until this Brexit insanity is done.

Wall Street Daily
Long-Term Bonds Are A Huge Value Trap By Wall Street Daily - Jun 21, 2016

As income-oriented investors continue to scramble to find decent yields, many are being enticed towards long-term bonds. Don’t be one of them. While the yields are tempting enough, they’re...

Elliott Wave Forecast
10 Year Yields Look To Bounce By Elliott Wave Forecast - Jun 21, 2016

10 Year Short term Elliottwave structure suggests that cycle from 3/16 peak, i.e. 2.00, has ended with wave W at 1.518. Rally from there is unfolding as a double three where wave (w) ended at 1.62 and...

Sober Look
What The Bond Market Is Telling Investors By Sober Look - Jun 20, 2016

Over the past month, the global bond markets have been sending out signals that all is not well with the global economies. Initially, the surge in negative nominal rates in Europe and Japan rattled ...

John Mousseau
Tax-Free Munis: Q2 2016 Review By John Mousseau - Jun 19, 2016

Low, Lower, Lowest The tax-free bond market spent the second quarter slowly grinding to lower and lower yields – especially in the longer-maturity end of the curve where the muni market has set ...

David Fabian
Time To Rethink Your Love Affair With Bonds? By David Fabian - Jun 17, 2016

Falling in love is one of the greatest experiences on earth. However, it also leaves us blind to the flaws or shortcomings of our counterpart. That is how I feel about bonds right now with the U.S. ...

AG Thorson
10-Year U.S. Treasury Yields Could Drop To 1% By AG Thorson - Jun 16, 2016

There is a 4.5-year cycle in 10-year treasury yields you might find interesting. Yields are dropping and will likely reach all-time lows later this year. A Brexit could see a panic pushing yields down...

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