Is The Bond Market A Sell?

30 Nov in 10 year note futures, 30 year treasury bond futures, 5 year notes, Blog, Bond trading, commodity trading, Eurodollar futures, futures broker, Michael Seery, options broker, Seery

Bond Futures--- The 5 year note has had a nice rally off of the  September lows as the Federal Reserve continues its printing press which has sent the five-year note from 118 – 16 all the way up to today’s price of 120-30 in the March contract right near six-month highs and currently I’m recommending a short position in the five-year note as the government cannot continue to print forever and one day if you’re a long-term investor t

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