All posts in " Bonds "

What Will the Fed do in 2024?

January 3, 2024

Everyone wants to know what the Federal Reserve will do in 2024. Of course, people want to believe that the Fed will slash interest rates in the New Year. The pundits cling to every word except when, at the start of the month of December, Powell boldly criticized the Biden Administration, saying that his outrageous […]

Debt Ceiling & War Crisis

May 31, 2023

  When we look at our Computer’s timing arrays for the 30-year bond, it did show a target last week with a Directional Change. So far the market has held that low and has been consolidating. When we look at the Array, we do not see a crisis with the debt ceiling. However, the next […]

REPO Crisis

January 4, 2020

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 what is taking place. I was referred to it by a friend who is on the board of another company. He informed me that many regard you as […]

PRIVATE BLOG – Eurozone Bonds

December 17, 2019

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Bond Bubble Institutional Report

December 15, 2019

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 real crisis that confronts the institutional bond investors.  This covers in detail the European, North American, and Asia bond markets. This is part of the Institutional […]

Changes are Coming in 2020

October 15, 2019

QUESTION:  I have a question, you wrote : “Those in Europe who have a position in cash, it may be better to have shares or a private sector bond or US Treasury. Given the policy in Europe of no bailouts, leaving cash sitting in your account could expose you to risk in the months ahead.” […]

The Bond Bubble & the WEC

August 26, 2019

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 WEC? It seems like this may be the granddaddy of all shorts. RK ANSWER: We have an Institutional Report on the Bond Bubble. We […]

PRIVATE BLOG – Can US Bonds Go Negative?

July 30, 2019

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Are Central Banks Supporting Share Markets?

July 10, 2019

QUESTION: Hi Marty, Happy 4th July to you & your team. My question is: Have the Central Banks now created an asymmetric trade (free bet!) with respect to the stock market? It appears they cannot let any market fall. Sincerely, Alan ANSWER: I understand many people always look for some party to blame for a […]

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