Fixed Income

An increase as early as September is possible, though it depends on whether inflation shows up.
There are two major possibilities, plus one that I'm going to dismiss.
But investors have fiscal stimulus almost everywhere to rely on.

Beginner Trade: The Bonds ETF Real Money Pro($)

The move in bonds has been too over the top.
We could hit a stall speed and job growth could go to zero.
After May's scary number, we need to see a decent June jobs report.
When it comes to rates and oil, you could lose a huge amount of money remembering what used to be good and is now bad.
A weak report will have everyone grabbing for yield.
There's no such thing as bubbles when prices are set by a monopolist.
A rebuttal to Doug Kass' short thesis on bonds.  

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