Let's look at what's driving the market and global economy -- and look back at some lessons learned from our last crisis in 2008.
I'll want to pay close attention to Monday's price action in the TLT.
Given recent actions, the way we view fixed income may be changed forever.
After a strong day for fixed-income markets, let's learn from 2008 how to play this volatility.
The quantitative easing program was explicitly expanded to become unlimited, so let's pick through the details of what this means -- and what it means for bonds.
Watch these three ETFs for the signs that Fed support is working.
We will enter a hyper inflationary world at some point. In that environment bonds and equities will move together in the same direction, and the 60-40 model will not work anymore.
Panic always creates trading opportunities, and right now those opportunities lie in corporate bonds and preferred stocks.
Let's review the positives and negatives of what's happening right now.
Action in a lot of these other securities only makes sense if there is a liquidity squeeze going on.