Use the ETF as a substitute for long-term Treasuries to infer the direction of bond prices and rates.
Here are some likely scenarios for corporate bonds and municipals.
Here are some likely scenarios for interest rates and mortgage-backed securities.
The latest headlines represent a gross misreading of the central bank's goals for QE.
In these unique times there are three ways to trade -- and one that's best.
If there's no deal, here are some likely consequences for the economy and for bonds.
We are now in an era in which central banks set targets for growth rather than for inflation.
We doubt this bond selloff is the beginning of the end, so we suggest this trade -- and some insurance.
Investors are substituting fixed income for cash.
I continue to like TIPS and high-yield bonds as the employment situation is basically unchanged.
There is no technical damage on the daily chart of $SPX at this point. Actually this decline is only similar to prior d...
Metlife Inc. became very overbought last week reaching a level not seen in over a year. MET had been in rally mode...
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