Bonds Archive

Monday’s Action; Gold, Bitcoin and The Crashing Dollar

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The Triumph of Liquidity Over Fundamentals, Rising Interest Rates: Bullish or Bearish?, AZO & CHWY Earnings

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The Rotation From Growth To Value Continues, Buffett’s 3Q Moves, Japan & TSLA

November 17, 2020  ·  Category: Bonds, Interest Rates, Japan, Market Commentary, TSLA, Warren Buffett
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Blue Chips Issue Debt At Record Low Rates, Stockpile The Cash

October 4, 2010  ·  Category: Bonds, Stocks
As many households and small businesses are being turned away by bank loan officers, large corporations are borrowing vast sums of money for next to nothing — simply because they can. Companies like Microsoft are raising billions ...
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NY Times: Falling Rates Aid Debtors, Hamper Savers

September 9, 2010  ·  Category: Bonds, Income Investing, Interest Rates
It's the whole point of low rates, to entice borrowing and discourage saving, but it means a massive wealth transfer from savers to borrowers. - Greg McBride, Senior Financial Analyst, Bankrate.com All our clients are struggling with ...
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NYT: State Debt Woes Grow Too Big to Camouflage

March 30, 2010  ·  Category: Bonds, California, Government, Macro Economics
California, New York and other states are showing many of the same signs of debt overload that recently took Greece to the brink — budgets that will not balance, accounting that masks debt, the use ...
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Top Gun FP Client Note: Out Here In California

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No Fear In The Bond Market

July 23, 2009  ·  Category: Bonds, Market Commentary, Sentiment Analysis
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All Eyes On The Treasury Auctions

May 28, 2009  ·  Category: Bonds, Government, Macro Economics, Market Commentary
An auction of 5 year treasury notes on Tuesday and one of 7 year notes today appear to be driving the market.  Everybody is focused on the federal deficit, China's appetite for our debt and ...
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Treasury Sell Off Causes Stock Market Selloff

May 27, 2009  ·  Category: Bonds, Market Commentary
For some reason at about 1pm EST long term treasuries started selling off causing interest rates to surge and dragging the stock market down with it. I missed my man Rick Santelli explaining why at the close ...
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