Here's a challenge to the bond bear thesis.
The 10-year Treasury yield remains in a downtrend from its March peak.
Let's check out the Treasury bond ETF for the latest clues.
Many stocks with nosebleed valuations shot higher in response to Fed policy becoming more hawkish, while many quality cheaper names sold off.
Once again, there is bifurcated action on the charts.
What's the setup for the second half of 2021? Well, first one has to analyze the first half.
Advanced Micro Devices and Nvidia score solid gains on Thursday as the tech sector enjoys a nice day.
Data remain mixed.
The strength in the Russell 2000 is a positive sign for stock-picking.
From cab rides to coffee to housing, prices are rising dramatically and likely will continue their ascent across the economy.
Despite FOMC jitters, the 10-year Treasury yield was unchanged at 1.5%.
Stay patient, and we will see how things develop when the news hits this afternoon.
Whether this move was driven by a short squeeze or by a new buyer, in the end, it doesn't make a difference.
Insider buying interest remains absent.
Ever hear of the Cleveland Fed's median CPI? Trust me, every kid sitting at the FOMC table is glued to this indicator.
Is the Fed ready to help markets start its rehab program or will it continue to feed the junkie?
Plus, a look at the unnatural reaction to higher consumer prices of the yield curve and equity markets.
The CPI report is likely to be hot but will the market embrace the theory that it's temporary?
When a trade veers from what you expect, it's crucial to find out whether you have a bad thesis or it just hasn't played out yet. Here's my take.
Data are turning more cautionary.
Plus, the Senate passes a big, fat bill to promote the nation's ability to compete on the technology innovation front.
Some of the less 'popular' averages suggests a continued improvement of the underlying market structure.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
Plus, questioning MicroStrategy Inc.'s plans to sell a bundle of debt to add to its Bitcoin long position.
Valuation continues to appear extended
Powell can no longer assume there will be many months of strong labor gains before wage pressure becomes a serious challenge.
Let's take a look at the latest index charts and market data.
Here's why the 10-year note could see 1% before it sees 2% -- and how to play the move.
Evidence increasingly suggests markets will resolve themselves to the upside.
The themes involve inflation, fiscal stimulus, cryptocurrency and whether we're at peak growth.