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Logical Market Update: Near Term Outlook for Treasuries

Near Term Outlook for Treasuries – 10 Year Note Continues to Lead Direction   “Let’s talk about bonds baby…. let’s talk about you and yield…let’s talk about bonds…” – sound like a familiar tune – it should.   The rally in treasuries has stalled – paused for thought – needs an additional “goose” only received […]

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Logical Market Update: Interest Rate War Underway Since 2009 – Cost is Trillions of $’s

Don’t be Fooled – An Interest Rate War has been underway since 2009 – Cost is $Trillions – Is the Tail Wagging the Dog?  Who is in Control Here?   In a nutshell – The downward correction in treasury prices and its inverse the rise in yields (interest Rate) is far from over.  It is […]

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Logical Market Update: What a Tangled Web – Apple’s Earnings – What’s Next for the Markets?

What a Tangled Web – Apple’s Earnings – What’s Next For the Markets   A funny thing happened on the way to Apple’s first quarter report – they beat estimates, announced a $60 billion share buyback plan, discussed a “significant increase” in its capital return policy, which will total $100 billion by 2015 and raised […]

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Logical Market Update: Bulls March – ECB Breathes Life Into Euro – Unemployment Reports Will Control Trade on Friday

The Bulls March On – The ECB Breathes Life Into the Euro – Unemployment Reports Will Control Trade on Friday The markets continued higher on Thursday as the bond market slid lower. It would seem that bond market is beginning to disbelieve the FED’s ability to hold rates lower much longer. The long end of […]

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Logical Market Update – Monday’s Openings Rejected – 2nd Leg Down Fast and Furious

Picture Perfect – Higher Opening Rejected – Indexes Slammed – Support Zones Still Holding – Diversified Trading System Caught Moves in Multiple Markets! Although it may have seemed that everyone read my blog on Monday morning – the markets opened stronger as expected. As the DJIA pushed back above 14,000 it was the “all clear” […]

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