We have seen many rallies and sell-offs in bonds over the last several years. Everyone has known that interest rate normalization would eventually occur, but none could predict when due to an often dovishly cautious MPC (monetary policy committee). This time it looks like the bond market, perhaps with a little bit of a swift […]
Far be it from me to question the King of Bonds, so therefore I shall not. Here’s a Bloomberg video interview from earlier today with Bill Gross. As always, his comments are most insightful. In addition to this, I have shared my own technical analysis of the High Yield Bond (HYG) exchange traded fund. Bill […]
10-Year Treasury Note March-2016 Futures Trading @ 125’305, the path for the 10-year note appears to be further down and if it breaks support @ 125’255, then look to 125’110 for the next level. Resistance 126’055 – 126’090. (6:45am PT) 30-Year Treasury Bond March-2016 Futures Trading @ 154’10, the long bond is moving downward on […]
10-Year Treasury Note March-2016 Futures: Trading @ 125’310, the flight to safety is becoming passé as treasury notes resume their downtrend. Double bottom potential @ 125’100 if support holds. (6:23am PT) 30-Year Treasury Bond March-2016 Futures: Trading @ 154’05, the long bond is most responsive to the prospect of higher interest rates and therefore has made the […]
10-Year Treasury Note March-2016 Futures: Trading @ 126’205, there is resistance @ 126’240 level. The bond market has been trading in a sideways pattern over the last 24 hours with a slight bias towards a bullish breakout as it continues to consolidate. (6:32am PT) 30-Year Treasury Bond March-2016 Futures: Trading @ 155’14, the long bond […]
10-Year Treasury Note March-2016 Futures: Resistance is @ 126’190 while the 10-yr note currently trades @ 126’105. Rounded top pattern indicating lower price action. There is no significant economic data to move the market. Sentiment will rule the day. (6:34am PT) 30-Year Treasury Bond March-2016 Futures: Resistance @ 155’30 as the long bond trades @ […]
The bond market is credited for its prescience when it comes to major moves in the capital markets and the overall health of the economy. Today’s CNBC video report with Mike Santoli discusses the latest patterns and trends in the Junk Bond market for further clues. (See 2-minute video below.)
This week’s data was significantly important for traders and investors and will probably influence the market direction for capital markets over the next few weeks. One asset class to monitor is bonds or fixed income. The 10-year Treasury peaked @ April-3-2015 and recently bottomed @ June-11-2015. It has essentially retraced
Treasury interest rates are starting to climb and may not necessarily wait patiently for economic data to justify their moves. The most recent news has given no alarm for an overheating economy, especially last week’s disappointing U.S. GDP report. Yet, thus far the 10-Year Treasury Rate has climbed
Below is our weekly technical analysis of treasury bond interest rates, which includes charts for the 10-year note and 30-year bond.
Here is our weekly technical analysis slide show of treasury bond interest rates, which includes the 10-year note and 30-year bond.
Today, Chairperson Janet Yellen forewarned that the low long term interest rates currentlly being enjoyed by the market could jump once the Federal Reserve begins raising interest rates. The bond market more or less said “So what?” to her comments and finished in positive territory when treasuries tend to reflexively retreat on such remarks. Below […]