Saturday, October 1, 2011

30-year T-Bond yield at 0.8%???

I was reviewing some charts this weekend and came upon the point and figure chart of the 30-year T-Bond yield:

OMG! A 0.8% objective on the T-Bond yield???  That would truly be a bond bubble.

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Andy Dong said...

bubble may persist for years before it plays out to be a bubble. Hindsight is the only exact science.

The market can remain irrational longer than one can stay solvent.

Tiho said...

That chart is just stupid.