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The Bond Market Has Reached Tulip Bubble Proportions

February 4th, 2015
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James Bullard on Friday noted that the Bond Market was far too dovish in relation to where the Fed is in regard to raising rates in June, and this might be the understatement of the year so far. For example the U.S. 2-Year Bond Yield is 0.45 or 45 basis points, think about this for a moment. more »

Valuation Levels for Stock and Bond Markets

September 8th, 2014
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Even though it is a holiday-shortened trading week, it was extremely busy from a data standpoint. In this week's missive, I want to discuss two specific topics that peaked my attention and deserve some discussion with reference to investors both in stocks and bonds. more »

What About a 1.25% 10-Year Treasury?

July 24th, 2012
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Written by John Lounsbury Treasuries rose to new heights Monday (23 January 2012).  New lows were set or tied for the interest rates at the market close for the 3-year at 0.28%, the 5-year at 0.57%, the 7-year at 0.93%, the 10-year at 1.47% and the 30-… more »

Treasury Bubble to Burst, 4.5% 10-year in 2013

June 5th, 2012
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Jim Willie alias The Jackass has a theory interest rate swaps created speculative demand for U.S. Treasuries and that drove yields down…in other words there is a bubble.http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article34819.htmlIf there is a bubble it will bust… more »

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