A Comprehensive Look at Shorting Treasuries

I still believe the short play in U.S. Treasuries is one of the most favorite, if not favorite, trade on the site at the moment.

I know I took some issue with Doug's approach to the trade yesterday, not necessarily in the overall thesis, but the trading vehicle of choice and the thesis behind its use was my contention. A few folks asked me to explain my thinking and I am happy to oblige, although I've preface the piece with a fact everyone already knows: there are often multiple approaches to any trade thesis and no one approach is necessarily the perfect approach. Heck, I'm not perfect. Everyone knows that except for my kids, but give it a few more years and they will realize it as well....1114 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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