View From the Hill: It’s All Fun and Games Until…

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Going into the weekend the equity markets are delivering mixed results. Outside of Bonds, Utilities, and Real Estate, the Fed announcement on monetary policy and unwinding its balance sheet had very little effect from a weekly perspective. Today, it appears Geopolitics has re-emerged as a toxic cloud over the broad markets  as tensions between North […]

Unwinding The Fed’s Balance Sheet A Real High Wire Act

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A review of the 10-year Treasury note’s weekly trading chart indicates that the secular bull market in bonds may have already concluded. Therefore, relief rallies should not be mistaken for encores and instead regarded as exit opportunities from the market gods. In fact, the most recent rally coming off of key support levels appears to […]

Bond Market Morning Brief: December-15-2015

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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 […]

Bond Markets Morning Brief: December-10-2015

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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 […]