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    Volatility Reports Bonds 12/1/2020

    December 1, 2020

December 1, 2020

Volatility Reports Bonds 12/1/2020

Long Term Bearish Since Panic Buying Top on Long Term charts from March to August 2020. The dynamics are changing.

It’s been pointed out that the junk bonds are staying in gear with stocks even though they have not confirmed new highs for several years and continue to underperforming. I would still watch that group for a breakdown as a sign that risk assets are coming undone.

In the meantime, the amount of debt is not a concern to the fiscal policymakers in the wing, and fear is starting to break higher measured by the CBOE interest rate volatility data. In fact, contrary Thinkers volatility composite has tested olf support successfully and is moving higher, another sign that risk-taking is becoming extreme.

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