7-10 Year Treas Bond Ishares ETF (IEF)
$120.37 0.48 (0.40%)
16:57 EDT IEF Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $120.85
Market Cap 9.40B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.74M
Day's Range 120.31 - 120.67
52-Week Range 108.57 - 123.41
Dividend & Yield 2.24 (1.86%)
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Since the Great Recession the Fed has consistently backed efforts to keep the markets higher. What will happen now with rates moving up?
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The market continues to confound investors, and there are signs of stress. Here is where we stand on ETF investing in the face of these trends
Over the seven bear markets in the last 43 years and the Fed has played a part in most, if not all, of them. Here's what's to come next
Investors await a signal from the Fed on rate hikes while recent bond auctions provide little to literally no return for investors.
These charts on both the employment and housing data will show you both sectors are still very sick. Here's what to do for the near term
Inflation is a scary word as it generally presages rising interest rates. This fixed income ETF is a gauge of inflation pressure
Markets seem to know what economists seem to miss: the heading and direction of the markets. Keep an eye on those markets as you view your portfolio.
Ten-year treasuries are falling on the heels of rising rates. Exploit elevated rate fears with this play on the TLT ETF.
A misplaced fear of inflation has driven stocks and bonds down and pushed volatility up. These conditions probably will not last.
The February jobs report sent bond yields higher and showed that the American economy is at escape velocity. Here's what this means for your fixed-income investments for the remainder of 2015.
The CounterPoint Options system is recommending option positions that would benefit from rising stock prices and a lower VIX and bonds.
Noted bond fund manager Jeffrey Gundlach recently spoke about both his bullish and bearish investment themes for 2015. Here's a look at the winners.
The U.S. dollar is on fire, with the benchmark U.S. Dollar Index up nearly 8% over the past three months, and higher by some 14.5% in the last six months. Here are three U.S. dollar bull strategies to ride the greenback's rise.
The CounterPoint Options system recommends playing for a return to a risk-on condition: a volatility decline, a stock rebound and a bond sell-off.