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Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
  • Prev. Close: 1.635
  • Day's Range: 1.658 - 1.674
U.S. 10Y 1.673 +0.038 +2.35%
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ChompChomp Boom
ChompChomp Boom Mar 29, 2021 6:54PM ET
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What a joke!!! Yields up, DX up, Spending through the roof, Virus cases up, millions out of work, millions living off government stimulus, millions not able to pay their rent or mortgages....YET SOME HOW THE STOCKS ALWAYS GO UP TOO!!?? Every week we are at new ATH? This does not make any sense - I'd love somebody to provide a substantiated reason how that is possible.
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ChompChomp Boom Mar 29, 2021 6:54PM ET
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Allatra Yiveh  That can't work forever - it will catch up to us. They are making a bad situation worse and worse - to the point it will create insolvency.
Chris Hall
Chris Hall Mar 29, 2021 6:54PM ET
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its a bubble and when it pops its gonna be bad
William Gutierrez
William Gutierrez Mar 29, 2021 6:54PM ET
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Free money from FED forces banks to sell options to collect a return because no one is depositing money for them to invest (and options have exploded with retail investors using platforms like robinhood). Banks just look to collect the theta so as long as they can suppress volatility options look cheap and people buy them. Volatility suppressed equals melt up. So as long as everyone believes interest rates stay low we melt up. The first sniff of interest rates coming (bonds get out of control) this whole house of cards collapses. Apparently Goldman Sachs thinks that is going to happen in July based on their recent buy of 2500 3900 strike puts and sale of their July 3900 strike calls. Guessing they figured 3% on the 10 year will hit then and force fed to rethink? I don’t know. Just me internal thoughts.
Motivated Minds
Motivated Minds Mar 29, 2021 6:54PM ET
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want an explanation look at venuzuelas market, hyperinflation at it's finest
Darren hou
Darren hou Mar 29, 2021 6:54PM ET
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yield up is good for cyclicals. the money that was in growth stocks has to go somewhere jn equity you know lol... why the nq is slumping while dj is pusbing ath
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