Fixed Income

The market has bent, but not once did it break.
More data on inflation are needed, but it's likely the Fed will raise interest rates.
But give up on economics; zero interest rates are normal.

How to Approach Bonds Now Real Money Pro($)

It's time to sell your ETFs and start thinking about bonds. 
Cautiously bullish on the SPY. 
Talk about exit fees is an ominous sign.
Chatter about a bond shortage has died down.
Better sell some bonds while they are still boring.
This meeting might appear more hawkish than most expect.
Bond bulls now have their line in the sand.

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