Long T-Bonds

Long T-Bonds

  • Bonds

    US Bonds

    April 08, 2015 BY Chun Wang

    The low spread cushion/low yield level combination remains. Issuance tapered a bit while net inflows increased.

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  • Stock Market

    Rising Interest Rates Don't Prohibit Rising Stock Prices

    May 05, 2003 BY Andrew Engel

    This month, we provide historical evidence that stocks can indeed move higher, even when interest rates rise. Six periods since 1955 are proof that it can happen and we expect it to happen again.

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  • Bonds

    Inside the Bond Market

    October 05, 1998 BY Jim Floyd and Steve Leuthold

    T-bond achieves Leuthold long term target of 5%: hedge fund turmoil and Asia induced flight to quality has helped drive rates down too far, too fast. When some of the short term distortion subsides, yields could pop back up.

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  • Bonds

    Inflation Update

    February 04, 1998 BY Jim Floyd and Steve Leuthold

    Wage pressure is only cloud on inflation horizon.

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  • Stock Market

    Welcome to 1998

    January 07, 1998 BY The Leuthold Research Team

    The new year has started with a disappointing thud rather than the liquidity induced bang expected by the consensus.

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  • Bonds

    Inflation Update

    January 07, 1998 BY The Leuthold Research Team

    Wage inflation looked like it was finally taking off in October, but November's data showed a different picture, as four of the nine subsets (including Total Wage inflation) moved lower.

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  • Bonds

    Bond Market Summary

    September 05, 1992 BY Steve Leuthold

    My current view towards long bonds from an institutional investor's point of view is to sell some now and sell some more when longer term momentum slows.

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  • Bonds

    Bond Market Summary

    August 05, 1992 BY Steve Leuthold

    Overall, July was one heck of a month for the fixed income markets. Most of the move in short term paper came early in the month but longer term fixed income securities continued their steady rise until the last three days of July.

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  • Of Special Interest

    Interest Rates: Historical Perspective

    August 05, 1992 BY Steve Leuthold

    Today, T-bills are yielding 3.20% and high quality commercial paper is yielding 3.40%. It may be useful to examine these rates in a historical perspective. Some may think these are just about the lowest short term rates in U.S. history. Well, not quite.

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  • Bonds

    The Bulls Also Have Christmas In The Bond Market

    January 05, 1992 BY The Leuthold Research Team

    In November, long and short rates did not move together, but in December they sure did.

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