10-Year Treasury Note (TNX)
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Day's Range 0.64 - 0.67
52-Week Range 0.39 - 2.36
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When a small group of stocks is driving the market’s gains, it indicates that market “breadth” is narrow. That’s concerning because these rallies are prone to reversals.
This morning, I'm recommending a bullish call option on Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital, Inc. (NYSE:HASI), the sustainable energy real estate investment trust.
Falling Treasury yields are a bonus for the housing sector and housing-related stocks, like Home Depot (NYSE:HD).
One stock we really like is Home Depot (NYSE:HD), and we're recommending a bullish trade on it this morning.
This morning, I am recommending a bullish trade on Caesars Entertainment Corporation (NASDAQ:CZR), the casino-entertainment and hospitality-services provider.
A look at the treasuries suggests that the good times are not over for the stock market yet, and you should ride this bull market.
Technically, If JPMorgan stock sets a new high it will have clear sailing with no levels for the bears to short. This could happen for JPM within the next two weeks.
I don't think the bull market is over, so I want to start betting long on the stock market bounce with the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY). But, since I am a conservative fundamental trader, I want to leave plenty of room for error.
I still foresee another rally for stocks into year-end, yet a little reset moment would go a long way in setting up trades with better reward to risk ratios.
To burst or not to burst. That is the question that Bond experts have failed to get right. Sell risk into the range of TLT for income.
Blame the uptick in interest rates and an already overbought sector for the downturn in the bond market, which has investors on edge.
This is probably one of the more interesting times in recent memory for the stock market, and this advice can help you chart a plan
US Treasury Secretary Lew sent his warning letter to Congress to increase the debt ceiling. Here's what bond markets have to say about passage
Bond sellers are not likely to put their proceeds back into U.S. stocks.
If you look at the S&P 500, it's still all good. Volatility is nil. New records are being bagged each day. It looks like all is well ... but a few things threaten to change that.
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