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- The Real Reason the 'Voluntary' Greek Haircut Is Hurting The Market
- Time To Sell HYG, JNK And LQD
- Credit Markets: Looking Under The Hood
- High-Yield Bonds ETFs: Pricing In A Recession, Liquidity Crunch, Or Both?
- There Will Never Be A Good Time For Greece To Default
- European Credit Is Wider And Entering A New Phase Of Risk Aversion
QE3: What's Not To Like?
Sep. 1, 2011 • 1 Comment
- Credit Markets Flashing Sell Sign
- Today's Market: The Pain Trade
- A Very Clever Fed Statement
- This Market Is Broken
- Equities May Have It Wrong, At Least for the Moment
Equities in Dallas and Sovereign Debt Ratings
Aug. 7, 2011 • 4 Comments
Don't Worry About U.S. Downgrade
Aug. 6, 2011 • 93 Comments
- Time to Buy Some Junk
- Moving to Neutral on High Yield
- EFSF: Too Small? Too Big? Or Just Wrong?
- Today's Trading Strategy: Short Junk Bonds and Stocks
- High Yield Market Underweight Follow-Up
IIF's Greek Financing Offer Revised and Evaluated
Jul. 28, 2011 • 1 Comment
- Sovereign Debt: Has Europe Finally Discovered Alchemy?
- Bond Case Studies: Reaching for Yield and the Subsequent Flight to Safety
Warnings From Greece: Beware the Successful Italian Bonds Auctions
Jul. 14, 2011 • 3 Comments
- Liquidity Is Evaporating in European Sovereign Debt Markets - Again
Making Sense of the French Rollover Plan
Jul. 6, 2011 • 4 Comments
- Greek Debt Rollover: Who's Getting Rolled Over?
- Analyzing the French Bank Voluntary Rollover Plan
- Credit Default Swaps for Doomers, Politicians and the Media
- Time to Cut Your Exposure to High Yield - Again
The Countdown to Sovereign Debt Write-Offs Has Started
Jun. 19, 2011 • 7 Comments
- Another Weak Opening for the Corporate Credit Markets
- Lack of Fear in the Market Is a Cause for Concern