Most of the conversation has been centered around the inevitability of rates going higher… much, much higher. Yet every time that the 10-year treasury yield works its way towards 4%, bond buyers have been stepping forward.
With Intel confirming strength in semis… and perhaps the broader economy at large… is 4% about to break altogether? If so, should you sell your Intermediate Term Bond ETFs?
Chart Of The Week:¬† The 10 Year Treasury Note¬†- Bill Luby, VIX And More
Diversifying With Aerospace And Defense ETFs¬†- Kevin Grewal, The Street
The Trouble With High Conviction Picks¬†- Roger Nusbaum, Random Roger¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†
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