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Equites closed at their lows with the NASDAQ shedding about 2.0% and the Dow unchanged. Treasury prices were insignificantly higher in price. Some, including myself, believe a reason for the mixed market was ...

The end of the first quarter is quickly approaching. Many, myself included, have expressed concerns about potential quarter and month end rebalancing. Long dated US Treasuries are...

No change in monetary policy is expected from today’s Fed meeting. The question at hand is how the Fed will address rising inflationary expectations. Market derived expectations have...

The bond market is fearing the Fed may be falling behind the proverbial inflationary curve and it is getting ugly in the bond market. Bank America writes the selloff in the 30-year Treasury is ...

February’s jobs data surprised on the upside, reinforcing the view the economy is recovering faster than most had expected. As a result, the selloff in Treasuries is continuing, a selloff that is ...

The S & P 500 and NASDAQ were posting losses of 1.8% and 3.5% respectively before FRB Chair Powell’s reassuring remarks on inflation and growth. Powell indicated that the ...

Big technology companies advanced yesterday on hopes of a new stimulus package. Energy and financials declined on increased COVID cases. There was little response to the...

Commodity Trading Advisors (CTAs), or managers that typically make money by riding trends in financial futures, are the next systemic “no risk” trading program that is now ...