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Bond Expert: Friday Wrap
In the history of Treasury trading the widest spread ever recorded on the 2year/30 year spread is 370 basis points. That was back in 1992.
So your call for a 500 basis point spread between 5 year and 10 year points on the curve is interesting and audacious.
Against that background where will the 2 year note and the 30 year bond trade?
On Apr 25 02:05 PM MarvinMBA wrote:
> Theres no free lunch for the Treasury and they will have to pay up
> eventually. I'm looking for 5 % 5 years and 10 % ten years as
> the bubble in treasuries implodes. The explosion in the money supply
> is yet to hit due to slow velocity but when it does watch out below...MarvinMBA
Apr 26 04:49 PM
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