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"Treasury bonds are essentially a speculative asset here," writes John Hussman, cutting the...

"Treasury bonds are essentially a speculative asset here," writes John Hussman, cutting the duration of his fund's bond holdings to less than a year. While the plunge in yields confirms his view of "a dire economic picture," 1.5% "leaves little on the table but speculative merit."
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  • Puritan53
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    It's becoming the bubble of the 21st Century. This will never be unwound in an orderly fashion.
    4 Jun 2012, 01:08 PM Reply Like
  • DeepValueLover
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    Sell your bonds and put the cash into a jumbo CD.

     

    Best move you can make!

     

    Very smart!
    4 Jun 2012, 01:14 PM Reply Like
  • remurraymd
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    WAY better for us (NEM) 3% yield 100%+ return in growth compared to (TLT) over 5 years if back tested. Also go long (TBT) for the great unwinding that Bill Gross is predicting coming soon when everyone tries to drink downstream fron the herd it will not be pretty.
    4 Jun 2012, 03:13 PM Reply Like
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