Blog/Bonds

PRIVATE BLOG – The Panic in Everything

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The Bond Market Crash post 2015.75

(2018 Interview) COMMENT: Marty, I had to laugh that someone said you were wrong and the bond market in Europe did not crash. I asked, is there still a bond market [...]

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REPO Crisis

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I just finished reading the Repo Report. I understand why you are reluctant to discuss this publicly when no one else seems to understand [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – Eurozone Bonds

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Bond Bubble Institutional Report

The Institutional Report on world bond markets will be going out for year-end. Given the seriousness of the Repo Crisis, this report has been timed to deal with the [...]

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The Bond Bubble & the WEC

QUESTION: Marty, you have said this is the historic bond bubble of all times with interest rates at a 5,000 year low. Will you elaborate on the bond bubble at the [...]

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PRIVATE PRO BLOG – The 30-Year Bonds & World in Crisis (Pro)

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PRIVATE BLOG – Can US Bonds Go Negative?

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Inverted Yield Curve Points to Recession?

Last week, the yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury bill fell below that of the 3-month note for the first time since 2007. This is what everyone calls an Inverted [...]

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Bonds & The Record High Short Position Can Majority Be Wrong?

  QUESTION: Hi Marty, Can you help us better understand the dynamics of the sovereign debt crisis as it relates to US Treasuries? I know we are in a global [...]

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