Bonds Analysis & Opinion

Jay Kaeppel
Speculating In T-Bonds By Jay Kaeppel - Feb 28, 2017

Several potentially negative influences may weigh on bonds in the near-term. And then again they may not. Hence the reason the title of this piece is “Speculating in Bonds” and NOT ...

Top Notch Trading: Afternoon Bond Update By MrTopStep - Feb 28, 2017

This future has been dicey at best offering small extensions on both end of todays current range. After finding an earlier high spot on the pivotal price it returned for a retest of its early low of ...

Doug Short
Treasury Snapshot: 2-10 Spread Down Slightly By Doug Short - Feb 27, 2017

Note: We've updated this commentary with data through today's market close. Let's take a closer look at US Treasuries since last week. The yield on the 10-year note ended today at 2.36% and the ...

U.S. Yield Curves Flash Economic Anomaly By ValueWalk - Feb 15, 2017

Nineteenth-century writer Frédéric Bastiat, in his classic “Broken Window” parable warned that economic thinking requires us to see what isn’t happening as well as what...

Trader Moe
Moment Of Truth For 10-Year T-Bill By Trader Moe - Feb 08, 2017 1

ZN has been Working on a Bottom Since December 1 – Here’s Where We Find Out Whether It’s an Inverse H&S or Megaphone Bottom. The 10-year Treasury bill has been working on a ...

Marc Chandler
French Premium Over German Bonds By Marc Chandler - Feb 02, 2017

The rise of interest rates in Europe has seen premiums over Germany increase. This is not unusual. Often the intra-European spreads are sensitive to the underlying direction of rates. The premiums ...