Bonds

3 Ways to Profit From Falling Bond Yields

3 Ways to Profit From Falling Bond Yields

When inflation rates go up, bond yields rise right along with them. Only right now, the exact opposite is happening. Bond yields are falling. How is that possible? That’s what we’ll discuss in today’s video. We’ll also look at where inflation is headed next. And, most important of all, what sort of stocks can help…

Inverted Yield Curve Suggests Interest Rate Cuts Ahead

Inverted Yield Curve Suggests Interest Rate Cuts Ahead

I noticed this morning that the search for “yield curve inversion” was trending higher on Google, along with terms such as “Powerball” and “March Madness schedule.” I get it — Googlers are concerned that something screwy is happening to the yield curve. You’ve probably heard this is a bad sign or an accurate predictor of…

How to Prepare for Post-Election Stock Market Swing

How to Prepare for Post-Election Stock Market Swing

Stocks plunged, and volatility spiked ahead of next week’s election. While a surge in COVID-19 cases has only added to the mounting uncertainty. In this week’s video, Clint Lee fills in for Ted and shows you how to prepare you for the inevitable stock market swings ahead. No matter who takes control of the White…

Recession Scare Is Over, It’s Time to Buy While Interest Rates are Low

Recession Scare Is Over, It’s Time to Buy While Interest Rates are Low

Bold Profits DailyApril 2, 2019 Hi. This is Paul with your Bold Profits Daily. Today I am going to give you a great update on my three predictions that I had for you at the beginning of this year. If you go back and watch the video you’ll see that I told you that I…

Powell’s Testimony Confirms a Massive Bubble Is Ahead

Powell’s Testimony Confirms a Massive Bubble Is Ahead

Article Highlights: In 1998, I worked on the biggest bond-trading floor on Wall Street. I recount my most chaotic day, and how Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan responded. Now, the current Fed chairman is acting exactly like Greenspan did in 1998. On Thursday, I tuned into Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s testimony to the House Committee…

How to Grab Gains From the Inverted Yield Curve

How to Grab Gains From the Inverted Yield Curve

When stocks tumbled last week, investors pointed to one ominous pattern taking shape in the U.S. bond market — the inverted yield curve. That’s when yields on short-term Treasury notes, bills and bonds rise above those on longer-term notes. It typically signals a lack of faith in the economy — at least in the short…

Negative Interest Rates Are Rational … and They’re Here to Stay

Negative Interest Rates Are Rational … and They’re Here to Stay

Article Highlights: Economist John Maynard Keynes showed interest rates affect employment and economic growth. Germany recently sold over $920 billion worth of 30-year bonds at an interest rate of negative 0.11%. Negative interest rates point to a possible breakdown in economic theory. In 1971, President Richard Nixon shocked economists. He famously said: “We’re all Keynesians…

Negative Yields Are for Fools

Negative Yields Are for Fools

Article Highlights: German government 10-year bonds are currently yielding -0.51%. Currently, $13.7 trillion of global bonds are trading with yields below zero. Capital-appreciation buyers follow the “greater fool theory” of investing. Can you imagine a friend borrowing money from you and then telling you that the longer it takes him to pay you back, the…

Your 1-Day Trade for This Week’s Fed Meetings

Your 1-Day Trade for This Week’s Fed Meetings

Investor Insights: After the July 31 Fed meeting, the Dow dropped almost 500 points in 18 minutes. July 31 was a dramatic example. But big moves on Fed days are almost routine. This simple strategy works for one day of trading every six weeks. It was January 9, 1991. I was deep underground, working in…