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Discussion Thread - David Rosenberg Episode 47

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1 year 3 months ago #1 by PatrickCeresna
Discussion Thread - David Rosenberg Episode 47 was created by PatrickCeresna
Thank you to David Rosenberg for a great interview. I have to agree with him and Lacy Hunt in the view that the 35 year bond bull market is not over. It will certainly be interesting to see how long this business cycle lasts, because like David suggests (and Raoul), when we hit the next recession, rates will likely go much lower.

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1 year 3 months ago #2 by jlm255
Speaking of the bond market not being over, is there an easy explanation for how to read these treasury note futures?

www.cmegroup.com/trading/interest-rates/...s-treasury-note.html

According to stockcharts, yields for the 10 year are 2.49 as of this writing ( stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=%24ust10y ), I don't understand what 133'220 means for the 10 year treasury note futures.

If anyone knows of a good quick (really rough) explanation of what that means or how to understand the gist of it, I would appreciate it (or point me to a webpage with a good quick explanation).

Thanks!

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1 year 3 months ago #3 by Buckeye
I loved Mr. Rosenberg...great interview. I'd love the Breakfast With David Newsletter everyday but it's tons of info for little retail investors like me. It's amazing. Thank you.

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