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1.234 +0.016    +1.36%
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  • Prev. Close: 1.217
  • Day's Range: 1.225 - 1.237
Type:  Bond
Group:  Government
Market:  United States
U.S. 10Y 1.234 +0.016 +1.36%
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Prev. Close1.217
Price103.75
Coupon1.625
Day's Range1.225 - 1.237
Price Open103.66
Maturity Date15 MAY 2031
52 wk Range0.516 - 1.776
Price Range103.56 - 103.67
1-Year Change123.33%
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Van Suka
Van Suka Jul 13, 2021 17:08
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1,54 around the corner
George Thorm
George Thorm Jul 13, 2021 17:08
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How long is this corner ??
Van Suka
Van Suka Jul 13, 2021 17:08
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haha Trend break today If USD breaks 93 market will tank
Captain planet
Captain planet Jul 13, 2021 17:08
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dollar ready to run again and bond going trend down
Eric Yuen
Eric Yuen Jul 07, 2021 15:34
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Whats causing it to keep dropping?
Reza Siadat
Reza Siadat Jul 07, 2021 15:34
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No one seems to know Maybe just too much moneys sitting and scared of equities so into bonds Prob fed doing something sheist lol
George Thorm
George Thorm Jul 07, 2021 15:34
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Reza Siadat lol, but yes excess cash looking fir s home, inflation rises while rates go down, hmmm there’s a train crash waiting !
Reza Siadat
Reza Siadat Jul 07, 2021 15:34
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George Thorm 100% theyre gonna use corona delta plus plus plus to crash markets then blame corona But we all know rxactly what happened lol
Ryley McCarroll
Ryley McCarroll Jul 06, 2021 14:02
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let's see if we can get below 1 by September
Reza Siadat
Reza Siadat Jul 06, 2021 14:02
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General lenders are very slow again and inventory building like no tomorrow residetially so yes i agree with you rates going back down to stimulate the debt world and pump stocks yet again
Van Suka
Van Suka Jun 29, 2021 8:54
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1,59
George Thorm
George Thorm Jun 29, 2021 8:54
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Fed cash looking for a home, borrow from Fed park in 10 year, make a spread and say ‘thanks stupid Fed’
George Thorm
George Thorm Jun 25, 2021 8:55
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‘And the money keeps rolling in from all directions’ we all know what happened in Argentina !
George Thorm
George Thorm Jun 23, 2021 18:06
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Yellen expects inflation to be close to 2% by year end early 2022, so that’s Powell and Yellen, lets see next January
Van Suka
Van Suka Jun 23, 2021 18:06
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bahahaha
George Thorm
George Thorm Jun 17, 2021 17:05
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Be interesting to see if we get inverted yield curves with pressure on the short end due to earlier rate increases, just because they said 2023 doesn’t mean they might be forced to hike in 2022 if inflation continues to move higher
Reza Siadat
Reza Siadat Jun 17, 2021 17:05
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I agree 100% they give dovish incite but reality is currency wars will force them to increase faster to help with inflaiton imo
Eric Yuen
Eric Yuen Jun 17, 2021 10:58
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Is this why all bank stocks tanked?
Reza Siadat
Reza Siadat Jun 17, 2021 10:58
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They have too much liquidity on hand Without rates going up The number of debt transactions will naturality deplete Theyll grt hit on both ends if rates dont go up
Eric Yuen
Eric Yuen Jun 17, 2021 10:58
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Why is bond rates going down whenfed said they would increase rates soon?
George Thorm
George Thorm Jun 17, 2021 10:58
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Reza: So correct, interest rate compression is killing the banks, the Feds are muppets allowing this to continue !
Reza Siadat
Reza Siadat Jun 17, 2021 10:58
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Eric Yuen because realestate is such a large portion of gdp along with consumer spending if they allow rates to rise the whole economy will collapse and people will not spend The reality is rates probably will be low indefinitely for 5+ years as downtrends been going for decades More debt nets the same dollar value in interest if debt continues to rise
Reza Siadat
Reza Siadat Jun 16, 2021 15:47
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170 ish here we go
Van Suka
Van Suka Jun 16, 2021 15:47
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Close to that yes
George Thorm
George Thorm Jun 10, 2021 18:14
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Zezima, are you feeling lucky :))
Van Suka
Van Suka Jun 09, 2021 17:01
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15min expecting a big bounce this week and next
George Thorm
George Thorm Jun 09, 2021 17:01
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Well I hope so especially if CPI gets close to 5% tomorrow and Feds lower QE next week
Van Suka
Van Suka Jun 09, 2021 17:01
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not sure why I typed 15mins Disregard
George Thorm
George Thorm Jun 09, 2021 16:25
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Not good these lower yields, only happening because it’s either buy the bonds or park all that cash in repo’s at zero %, the feds have really screwed up bonds and money market, so much frigging cash in the system it’s immoral !
Peter Rogers
Peter Rogers Jun 09, 2021 13:21
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Lol Suka, you said few days ago US 10y range to be at 1,7X, they brought US 10y to 1,49 just to make an Ass of you
Van Suka
Van Suka Jun 09, 2021 13:21
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Yes, that is the upper range
Van Suka
Van Suka Jun 09, 2021 11:42
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1,50 low end of range for today
George Thorm
George Thorm Jun 02, 2021 18:04
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Fed starting to unwind Corporate bond purchaces here we go, every little helps
Van Suka
Van Suka Jun 02, 2021 13:02
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1,55
George Thorm
George Thorm Jun 02, 2021 13:02
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Nope
Van Suka
Van Suka Jun 02, 2021 13:02
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It's coming
George Thorm
George Thorm Jun 02, 2021 13:02
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Van Suka
Van Suka May 27, 2021 12:44
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1,72
George Thorm
George Thorm May 20, 2021 7:46
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Creeping back up again, 1,80 please
Van Suka
Van Suka May 20, 2021 7:46
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getting ready to rip
George Thorm
George Thorm May 20, 2021 7:46
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3 Thumbs down as the 10 yr creeps higher to 1,80, let’s get it up coz the Fed can’t !!
Reza Siadat
Reza Siadat May 20, 2021 7:46
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178 or so next agreed 10 bps jump per new high it seems maybe even mid 180
Thomas Mroczkowski
Thomas Mroczkowski May 13, 2021 21:19
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Mammoet
George Thorm
George Thorm May 12, 2021 12:02
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Fed has to kill QE, they are making matters worse with their bond/paper purchases ! They are sooo stubborn !
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George Thorm May 12, 2021 12:02
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Van Suka Hodl ??
Van Suka
Van Suka May 12, 2021 12:02
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hodl!! u apes!
Reza Siadat
Reza Siadat May 12, 2021 12:02
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Theyre losing control They need to print again or agree with van huge down for years to come They cant stop printing as the public will see foreclosures everywhere lol
George Thorm
George Thorm May 12, 2021 12:02
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Reza Siadat no to foreclosures, QE is going into stocks, there’s a different program for small business that’s hardly been used, QE cash punched out to Rich via banks at low rates, wealthy then use cheap cash to buy stocks and junk bonds and play arbitrage spread, Ma and Pa not sophisticated enough to do this, banks make spread, rich make spread and QE supports this wealth making tatic
Reza Siadat
Reza Siadat May 12, 2021 12:02
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George Thorm that is an excellent veiw of thing but lots of heavy speculation going on with the resudential and commercial loans/ properties lets see if bottom doesnt give out Banks may have to tighten to avoid this level of risk
Van Suka
Van Suka May 12, 2021 11:46
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1,72
George Thorm
George Thorm May 12, 2021 11:46
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1,80
George Thorm
George Thorm May 11, 2021 14:24
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Will it break 1,70 tomorrow morning following CPI data ? Or a damp squid
Bob Stttt
Bob Stttt May 11, 2021 14:24
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Your "prediction" is almost true!  ;)
jeremie Roy
jeremie Roy Apr 28, 2021 12:33
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if technical analysis had any value, technical analysts would be the richest persons in the world
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Van Suka
Van Suka Apr 28, 2021 12:33
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haha you obviously don't know TA then
Jay Stockman
Jay Stockman Apr 28, 2021 12:33
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Jeremie I respect your right to voice what you did however I would suggest that, as Van eluded to, you may not understand TA principles which work extremely well; best to be informed to pass the right judgment and even if you do not believe it works, it does not mean that there is a need to knock it; no one approach is best; I use both fundamental and TA but primarily use TA; to me the best approach for an individual is one that they are comfortable with and is profitable; nothing else really matters at that point
George Thorm
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Jay Stockman personally I work on the free money and institutional theory, which seems to be the only play right now as demonstrated by ‘if it’s listed buy it, make millions then dump it to retail’
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Jay Stockman Apr 28, 2021 12:33
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George Thorm i respect that; As long as you make money, it is all good; I make too mostly on TA; Many ways to cut a cake so to speak :)
George Thorm
George Thorm Apr 28, 2021 12:33
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Jay Stockman Agreed, always a race to the finish line without losing ones shirt :)
Van Suka
Van Suka Apr 20, 2021 15:25
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1,55 looks like a bottom Next stop 1,75
Reza Siadat
Reza Siadat Apr 20, 2021 15:25
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Almost there bro you think itll keep going inrange or build a base at 175?
Van Suka
Van Suka Apr 20, 2021 15:25
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That's the top of the range sir;)
George Thorm
George Thorm Apr 15, 2021 15:42
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Ok Zez, a fun bet 10 year at 1,55 right now, I say 1,80 before 1,30 winner gets acolades from loser
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Zezima volf Apr 15, 2021 15:42
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Yup deal and i think we are about to see bonds rally a bit and im following David Hunters analysis
Zezima volf
Zezima volf Apr 15, 2021 15:42
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DEAL
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Reza Siadat Apr 15, 2021 15:42
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Breakout coming agreeing with george here sorry zez i wanan side bet lmaooo 181
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