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Today either bottoms right here, or it will get much, much worse. 

In other words, if it doesn't go up, it will go down. 

That is all.  

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2 minutes ago, sandy beach said:

The front end of the yield curve is really catching a bid. Massive move into government bond funds.

2 year bills are now into Fed Fund target area.  Hilariously everyone thinks the Fed should immediately lower rates.  It's like being in a hall of fun house mirrors.

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Wow! Short covering not holding this up with less than 20 mins to go. If this doesn't zoom up soon this is going to be very bearish.

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7 minutes ago, Jorma said:

2 year bills are now into Fed Fund target area.  Hilariously everyone thinks the Fed should immediately lower rates.  It's like being in a hall of fun house mirrors.

2 year paper is coupon, not bills. Bills are only up to 1 year. The rise in short paper up to 13 weeks has been relentless. 6 mo and 1 year paper have come off their highs in the past few weeks.  

This bond buying panic won't end well.  

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2 minutes ago, DrStool said:

2 year paper is coupon, not bills. Bills are only up to 1 year. The rise in short paper up to 13 weeks has been relentless. 6 mo and 1 year paper have come off their highs in the past few weeks.  

This bond buying panic won't end well.  

Right on the nomenclature.  I was just commenting on today's pullback to FF territory.  

As to the bond buying panic ending not well. That's the big enchilada.  I don't think I'm going to see it in my lifetime, except for a brief period before QE Infinity happens. 

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5 minutes ago, Morpheus said:

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Might have been worse.......DJ-20

they had to circuit breaker American Airlines and Delta Airlines today.......

maybe they can call in Ted Striker to save them........

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18 minutes ago, Jorma said:

Right on the nomenclature.  I was just commenting on today's pullback to FF territory.  

As to the bond buying panic ending not well. That's the big enchilada.  I don't think I'm going to see it in my lifetime, except for a brief period before QE Infinity happens. 

Have also problems to believe that we gonna see FF rate around 5% or so and most impotantly that such a level becomes the new normal. Where should tve inflationary pressure come from to make that happen? 

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All airlines had Ted Stryker piloting today...  familiar crash pattern with the semi crescent roll off in volatility then CRASH and BURN!

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