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Bond Market Holds the Line at 1.5%

The bond market is calling the shots for stocks right now.

Time Frames Are the Key to Navigating This Market

What I find most notable right now is that there are so few positive chart setups.

With Yields Low, Should We Buy Stocks and Sell Bonds?

The risk/reward of being short U.S. bonds and long the S&P 500 for a trade makes sense at these levels.

Stay Cool, Trade Smartly: Ignore the Futures, Yield Curve Craziness

When you hear hysteria over the inverted-yield curve recession fears, ask whether you are really going to sell all your stocks now, because of something that might happen far in the future?

Jim Cramer: Let's Stop the Hysteria

Everyone seems to be either thinking we're going to hell in a handbasket or that we're strong and nothing's wrong -- here's my take.

Inverted Curve, Recession Risk and Defense Plays: Market Recon

Stocks to buy on this volatile global macro environment, and what needs to change to avoid a recession.

Jim Cramer: Let's Not Scare Ourselves Out of an Expansion

It is plummeting confidence, not a weakening economy, that is the enemy right now. Fear can be a powerful driver towards recession.

Now It's the Bulls Who Get Shocked

After the China tariff news gave the bears a surprise, Wednesday saw a decline that startled the bulls -- but what's important going forward is focusing on controlling risk.

Jim Cramer: Making Sense of Wacky Bond Market Behavior

What's causing the 10-year Treasury to yield less than the 2-year -- a highly unusual set-up that we haven't seen since the eve of the Great Recession -- during a time when the U.S. economy seems to be humming along?

Just How Low Could Interest Rates Go in This Environment?

Let's check out a few charts of the popular TLT which is the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF.