U.S. Treasury Bonds

Albert Edwards: Japan Much Bigger Story for Markets Than the Fed

Developments in Japanese economic policy "could accelerate the trend towards lower U.S. bond yields, whether or not the Fed tapers," says a Société Générale strategist. More 

Trade of the Day: TJX Companies (TJX)

Uncertainty reigns as the annual debt ceiling battle ramps up--so options traders should be extra selective in their picks. More 

Yes, You Can Still Make Money in Bonds

The third-quarter outperformance of high-yield bonds and other credit-sensitive bond market segments might hold a clue about what's to come. More 

Get Out of These Sectors While the Getting is Good

Bonds, gold and oil will most likely experience a temporary rally, which investors should use as an opportunity to sell. More 

4 Rules for a New Era of Interest Rates

Richard Band, editor of the Profitable Investing newsletter, explains how to adjust your portfolio in an environment of rising interest rates. More 

Trade of the Day: Micron Technology (MU)

With indicators giving mixed signals, it's a good idea to keep a balanced mix of puts and calls--and here is one call that should succeed in this market. More 

When Will Bond Prices be Low Enough to Buy?

Another avalanche of sellers may hit the market, with bonds likely becoming oversold. More 

Profit From the Bondpocalypse

While the next year for bond prices might not be as bleak as the past one, it is fair to say the path of least resistance is decisively down. More 

This Is Not the Time to Back Down on Bonds

Take a deep breath -- though stocks and bonds are playing a dangerous game of chicken, there's no need to shake up a balanced portfolio strategy. More 

Summer of Small Caps: What Needs to Happen for the Rally to Continue

Small-cap stocks have logged gains this summer even as the rest of the market has weakened, but two trends need to hold for small caps' streak to continue. More