Tag Archives: bonds
The 10-Year Note Yield is again in the news due to expectation of higher rates. Here is an account of the four failures and their impact. Will yields rise?
Everyone in financial media is now talking about Vanguard and how it controls more than 80% of the money invested in index funds. Have investors forgotten the recent brutality of the stock market or are they just convinced that another … Continue reading
Since the inception of TLT, a little less than 50% of the buy and hold gains have occurred on Fridays and that increases to nearly 100% after 2011. This calendar effect is a significant anomaly and shows that markets are … Continue reading
Bonds, and especially TLT, the popular ETF, have become a junkyard of classical chart patterns, a place where wrecking of such dubious formations is frequent and unforgiving.
This is how it goes, folks. When the majority expects bond prices to fall because of the FED reducing bond buying, bond prices rise because of the FED reducing bond buying! Is it because of the QE tapering itself or because the QE tapering was not … Continue reading
Two back-to-back flagship patterns of chart analysis that failed in TLT should be enough to convince even hardcore supporters of outdated trading methods that were developed in the mid-20th century that decisions based on random formations are doomed.