Fixed Income

Low U.S. Treasury yields tell me that bond prices are in a bubble.
But for the long term this is a disaster; lack of returns kills confidence. 
It's going to be even more in demand, and no one wants to sell the yield they have.
Expect the ETF to eventually break above the 52-week high of $137.56.
Nothing is certain from here.
Forget the Brexit and watch the Federal Reserve.
Four likely policy/economic scenarios favor bond returns.
Four likely policy/economic scenarios favor bond returns.
Case in point: Consider this German bund.
Raising rates will act as a tax on everyone else.

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