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    Cheryl
    When will the 3.50% 30 year Treasury be of good to great value again?
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    Cash
    Most times it amazes me greatly the way I move from an average lifestyle to earning over 63k per month, utter shock is the word. I have understood a lot in the past few years to doubt that opportunities aband in the financial markets, The only thing is to know where to focus.
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    Green
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    Clay
    Does anyone else realize that this is THE INDEX for 30 year fixed rate home loans? This is the "free market" and has virtually nothing to do with the FED discount rate adjustments. Bonds are where capital hides when the VIX climbs. Loan rates compete and follow suit.
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    Andy
    Once inflation is up by 3 or 4% in a year, the expectations get baked in, and the inflation itself become self-perpetuating. This is a consequence of 12 months of errors in monetary policy. Bigger factors driving inflation are cranking up fast.
    Cost of labor is surging. People are realizing they need 9% pay increases to deal with the rising cost of living. Families are discussing it, unions are discussing it, community organizers are discussing it, companies are discussing it.
    Cost of rent is up by 9 to 12% in most cities. This will be brutal.
    The cost of aluminum is up to over 200% from a year ago. Fertilizer costs are also surging. The cost of shipping is way up. The cost of milk is up. The cost of water is skyrocketing as well as natural gas and lithium and steel and electricity. Brandon claims it is all due to 4 meat packers. No one is going to buy a bond that pays less than 3% interest will the buying power of the dollar is dropping by 7% to 9% each year. Beware.
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    Stkpicker
    It is incredible that 30 year treasuries are yielding 2.93% only 8BP above the 10 year. Who would loan money at 2.93% for 30 years? The answer is nobody rational. The pension funds are irrational. They invest regardless of price and yield in long treasuries as a hedge against disaster. Making it worse the Fed has shrunk the supply of long treasuries and does not issue new ones. The Fed will will be looked on at having ruined the United States economy in years to come. Thye have $4.2 trillion of long bonds which they are not selling even at these low yields and very strong economy. It is just crazy. If we go into recession in 2 years, they will have no ammo to get us out. It is hard to believe they are so irresponible.
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    25 Cent Wings
    I’m not happy that my money market is paying out more than a 30yr treasury
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    walter777777
    "Don't fight the Fed.", is conventional wisdom, and it may be wise at this point to hold cash for a while. I suspect that the Dow falls to about 22,000 before it resumes its rise. I am about 20% cash and cash equivalents just now, but this is just a bit higher than my usual cash position.
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    Matt
    oh my
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    Michel
    The 30-year target rate must over 3.5% by the end of this year.
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    Cheryl
    TYX treasury yield 30 years shot up at the very close Wednesday.
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    Cheryl
    Will the 30 go down to 1.75% by 2022?
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    Ngaere
    Held up bullish for a few years keeping tournament trade are tough asb securities trading are worse with finance points
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    Makayla
    do anyone have snapchat
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    Kevinl
    Down 23% in one day--not the mark of a healthy economy.
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    Jonathan Buoni
    I used to able to use US=F to get the 30 year price, but it stopped working. ZB=F is not the same. Does anyone know the correct symbol? Not interested in TYX but its inverse. thanks!
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    Jim
    I would expect TYX to get in a range of 2.90 - 3.20% by September. Anyone else care for a shot at it? 🤔
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    Jesus
    Am I the only one seeing the reverse head and shoulders here? Charts like this play out like clockwork, should get to 3.6%.