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Delayed Futures - 20:46 - Thursday, January 12th
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Dec 17 155-12s+0-050-00155-12155-12133612/15/17Q / C / O
Mar 18 154-09s+0-060-00154-09154-0922118412/15/17Q / C / O
Jun 18 153-10s+0-060-00153-10153-10112/15/17Q / C / O
   
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allen weiss
allen weiss Dec 07, 2017 9:33PM GMT
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bonds seem to be in wavelet 3 of wave 3 of 5 by Elliott wave analysis.  bonds should be going up in the future.  probably a severe recession in store soon, with accompanying stock severe crash.
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TheBrickie Investor
Lead_Nugget Dec 12, 2017 10:16PM GMT
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Stocks will go up till crash of bonds crash em
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Martin McCormack
Martin McCormack 6 hours ago
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Inverse of growth-curve.
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Gerhard F Kempe
Gerhard F Kempe Dec 07, 2017 7:28AM GMT
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Ready for a braise the bears are out now long term interest rates rise from here onwards
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mh mh
mh mh Oct 30, 2017 7:48PM GMT
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i really believe that the jury is still out on the dollar , i don't think it will continue to go down ,it will go down till 93.80 than reverse and that's when bonds reverse and start to go down , in other words , whenever you see the dollar at 93.80 it's time to short bonds.
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Seany Boy
SeanyBoy Nov 09, 2017 1:49PM GMT
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While the Dollar has an impact on Bond Prices, this move up has to do with the yield curve between short term and long term treasuries flattening.  Bonds have moved up nicely over the last week while the Dollar was in a range or trading state.  Now look at the yield curve! That started to flatten more and more over the last week or so bumping the price of bonds.  If we can get an inverted yield curve, we may finally have a catalyst for a proper selloff in equities:)
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mh mh
mh mh Nov 14, 2017 5:36AM GMT
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sean it's the about the bonds and gold ..if gold reacts on dollar prices..therefore there is an indirect relation between the dollar and bonds...
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Seany Boy
SeanyBoy Nov 15, 2017 10:11PM GMT
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Gold can definitely move opposite of the dollar!  It is a dollar based commodity.  But that's not the correlation with this move in bonds. Did you short bonds yesterday or today?  The dollar hit your price of 93.80 yesterday and today while bonds kept rising...why?  Because the yield curve between short and long bonds is still flattening! When the yield curve(difference between interest rates on short and long bonds) stops flattening and starts to widen, then get short! Understand yield curves if you want to call direction in bonds! Sorry but its true!
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mh mh Nov 16, 2017 11:17PM GMT
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seanboy 93.80 thing is old  , the dollar did not retreat as I thought 10 days ago, it took a while till it falls. and gold is moving on it's own, sometimes it rallies with the dollar and goes down with the dollar as well, the point is gold and bonds at tied from the hip.
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