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The Equity Vs. Bond Funds War Has Started (Again)

According to a major financial website two famous investors declared bonds a bubble yesterday and argued that the only place to put money is stocks. This is an example of wishful thinking and shows a bias when analyzing markets that depends on personal goals but also … Continue reading

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Bond Bears Are Getting Fried Once Again

The 10-Year Note yield closed at 2.35% Friday after dropping as low as 2.30% during the day. Although the rally in bond prices has reached overbought levels, bond bears who were dreaming quick profits from a trend reversal last month are getting fried.  Share

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Bonds Are Selling off but Biotechnology is Rallying

Biotechnology stocks are rallying with IBB performance YTD being close to 17%. On the other hand, bonds are selling off with TLT correcting -2.2% in the last two days. Share

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When Money Talks, TA Walks…

Bonds will do what is dictated by money flow. When money talks, chart patterns, technical indicators and wishful thinking walk… Share

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The Quietest Uptrend of This Year

Bonds have rallied since the start of this year and TLT, the 10-Year Note ETF, is up 10.1% YTD.  Most financial analysts avoid talking about this uptrend because they have persistently argued for a sharp rise in yields and a downtrend … Continue reading

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