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Type: Bond
Group: Government
Market: United States
  • Prev. Close: 0.635
  • Day's Range: 0.568 - 0.636
U.S. 10Y
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Prev. Close0.635
Price108.27
Coupon1.5
Day's Range0.568 - 0.636
Price Open108.89
Maturity Date15 FEB 2030
52 wk Range0.318 - 2.614
Price Range108.25 - 108.94
1-Year Change - 76.78%
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Lpo ser
Lpo ser 4 hours ago
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92% profit in 15 seconds http://olimo.website/
Brian Carter
Brian Carter 7 hours ago
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Do you guys think property value will lower in the next 3-6 months ?
David Beer
David Beer 7 hours ago
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I would say starting this fall we will see the beginning of the next real estate crash..
David Beer
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could even start sooner though..
David Beer
David Beer 9 hours ago
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how are bond prices and yeilds both down?
danghoc co
danghoc co 20 hours ago
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the lender will lower interest rates for 15 and 30 year fixed. I wonder if they simply cut the rate, instead of reapplying the mortgage, take time and money
Anonymous Alone
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What is the total amount of debt in both 10 years and 30 years and who has that amount which the investors have lent, does banks like Goldman and Deutsche are also part of this debt or how does this work please anyone.
Jim Oli
Jim Oli Apr 01, 2020 12:18PM ET
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CNBC"s Jim Cramer is a Tard.
Anthony Melesio
Anthony Melesio Mar 31, 2020 12:42AM ET
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I got a call from a financial manager and he insisted I buy now ? is that a good idea ?
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Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 31, 2020 12:42AM ET
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buying bonds right now is a safe bet, yields have to go lower.  My issue is there is only a 2% gain in the 10yr bond, shorting individual stocks has a better roi
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 31, 2020 12:42AM ET
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Marco Derro  rates are "low" but certainly not super low.  30yr rate will drop at least 25 basis points, maybe 50
Ryan Peng
Ryan Peng Mar 31, 2020 12:42AM ET
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My opinion is : rates will go towards zero in the long term, but it is too low right now.
Samuel Vermundi
Samuel Vermundi Mar 31, 2020 12:42AM ET
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Marco Derro  rates dont matter if the property value is about to take a 20% haircut as the market dies
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 31, 2020 12:42AM ET
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Samuel Vermundi  what are you talking about? Mortgages? Rates for everything will go super low.  Credit cards, student loans, small business loans.  Im storry history repeats and anyone selling bonds this low is stupid.  The price has to go up to make the yields go down.
Dwight Campbell
Dwight Campbell Mar 29, 2020 3:14AM ET
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Try this with 15K
Jim Oli
Jim Oli Mar 27, 2020 8:15AM ET
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I've said it before and I'll say it again...you all will look good from behind a fence.
Joel Bay
Joel Bay Mar 27, 2020 8:15AM ET
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soon in Asia we will be painting the streets. you guys are welcome to follow after us :)
Jim Oli
Jim Oli Mar 27, 2020 8:15AM ET
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Joel Bay  Wouldn't believe anything coming out of Asia.
Anonymous Alone
Anonymous Alone Mar 27, 2020 7:57AM ET
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there will be a vaccine when this reach 0 percent or negative, otherwise how else can you take down the demand, it's this way.
FreeRange Pessimist
FreeRange Pessimist Mar 25, 2020 3:49AM ET
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We will have record unemployment on April 3rd. We will have a record low of sp500 over the span of it's life. We will have damage to our economy never before seen because we rely on travel,more than we did in the early 1900's and shipping/receiving. I'm not one to be a doomer, but we are in some serious trouble and if you have land, start planting food and buy emergency meals if you don't have food and buy as many guns and ammo as you can. Prepare your *****bois
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 25, 2020 3:49AM ET
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Ok I stated this was a seroius economic crisis months ago.  You can check.  That said, planting food is always a good idea, its fun, but don't think you will be able to make enough food to live on.  2 farm subsidies are easy and all the farms I know plan to plant the same acres or more this year.  There won't be food shortages.  wasting moey on emergency meals is stupid.  Buy cheap food.  Stuff on sale.  You can live a long time on 50lbs of flower.  Obvoiusly you need other nutriants but, rice, beans, flower, and meat on sale is always a great option. I understand the joke about using guns and ammo to take the food from others... its not funny and not good advice.  If you come at me with your guns, you will be giving me your guns and meat for the dogs.  i'm not a cannibal.  :).
Haz Matt
Haz Matt Mar 25, 2020 3:49AM ET
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also ammunition. buy that. "in the long run we are all dead." --keynes (oh irony, thou shall never grow tiresome.)
Brave Savage
Brave Savage Mar 25, 2020 3:49AM ET
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Funny but you can’t buy ammo anywhere unless you’re looking for some odd caliber like 25,32 357 sig. But no, it’s not going to be anything like that. It very bad but people hide in their homes. It’s going to be a painful recovery but we’ll be fine. The 1918 was probably even worse and we got over it.
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 25, 2020 3:49AM ET
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Brave Savage  1918 was bad because they didn't have good medicine.  They used aspirin in very high dosage that killed a lot of  people.  Scientist have developed a lot of amazing drugs since 1918.  Sadly medical doctors are just as clueless as in 1918.
FreeRange Pessimist
FreeRange Pessimist Mar 25, 2020 3:49AM ET
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Brave Savage  Dude, lots of people died in 1918 because there wasn't the information that we know now about viruses and procedures to protect ourselves. If COVID-19 happened in 1918, tons of people would be dead right now. We didn't have anything like ventilators, knowledge of transmission on surfaces like cardboard and other surfaces/materials. The only reason why there aren't as many deaths is because we got a first hand look at this from China before it got over here and also because the virus was mapped out and we could understand how it was transmitted and the precautionary measures that needed to be handled. I mean sure, we could've handled it better than we did, but hindsight is always 20/20. We still don't know what will happen next winter and that's why I made that precautionary warning. We got a first hand look at what would happen if this virus were worse than it is currently is. This virus can still mutate and become deadlier, so it's good to prepare with food,water and guns+ammo.
Rickard Sundelin
Rickard Sundelin Mar 23, 2020 3:56PM ET
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Time to short Bonds?
Hei Leopold
Hei Leopold Mar 23, 2020 3:56PM ET
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nope. when the first economic numbers come out this week ( jobless claims going over 1 mill, jobless rate over 10%...) government bonds will be soaring to unknown heights.
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 23, 2020 3:56PM ET
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Sure go ahead. LOL sorry but bond prices have to go up to make yields lower.  If yields don't come down in the near term, then yields will be down in the long term due to a massive depression.  I am completely amazed anyone would sell a 10 year bond so cheap.  Do they really need the cash that bad?
Hei Leopold
Hei Leopold Mar 23, 2020 3:56PM ET
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first we get a depression and then - when many companies have to close - inflation. the art is to find out the turning point.
Haz Matt
Haz Matt Mar 23, 2020 3:26PM ET
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ghad....this is a nightmare!
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 23, 2020 3:26PM ET
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Agreed we need a <.40 yield on the us 10yr bond.
Horde NotTrade
Horde NotTrade Mar 23, 2020 12:23PM ET
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I don't know if the system will collapse soon but all this virus is doing is accelerating the process for the end of fiat currency as we know it.
Michael Mantion
Michael Mantion Mar 23, 2020 12:23PM ET
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Everything about your comment is wrong.  Were you being serious or trolling?
Hei Leopold
Hei Leopold Mar 23, 2020 1:52AM ET
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bear flag collapsed. interest rates going negative.
Nysom Nysom
Nysom Nysom Mar 22, 2020 10:07PM ET
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nationalize Boeing and get it over with
Robert Morea
Robert Morea Mar 22, 2020 10:07PM ET
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Let it go bankrupt.  People act like that means it goes away.  It doesn't go away.  It just becomes the property of its creditors and they relaunch it.  That is what the current stockholders and management deserve to have happen.  The US, the employees, the technology, etc., will all still be there.
Elvis Durant
Elvis Durant Mar 22, 2020 8:35PM ET
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fake INFLATED numbers just DID NOT WORK! THIS turning WORSE THAN 1929. Prob going back to 1492 when continent was discovered!
Marcus Spivey
WTIHedge Mar 22, 2020 8:00PM ET
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I never though I would say this but I believe the 10 yr will get bellow 50 basis points and stay there for the next 6 months minimum.
Hei Leopold
Hei Leopold Mar 22, 2020 8:00PM ET
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it is going likely far below zero.
BW Woodruff
ShermanMcCoy Mar 22, 2020 7:25PM ET
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Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.
Torben Selch
Torben Selch Mar 22, 2020 7:25PM ET
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Will take generations - to clean up this Debt-mess - the world are into now. Debt more than douled since 2008 - and more than 2 times Worlds BNP
Torben Selch
Torben Selch Mar 22, 2020 7:25PM ET
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BNP=GDP
BW Woodruff
ShermanMcCoy Mar 22, 2020 5:39PM ET
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Bonfire of the vanities
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TOMYUM Mar 21, 2020 4:11PM ET
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vanity of vanities ...zzz
Jim Oli
Jim Oli Mar 21, 2020 10:51AM ET
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And the Pyramid Scheme implodes.
Hei Leopold
Hei Leopold Mar 21, 2020 7:12AM ET
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bear flag on the cusp of collapsing. negative interest rates coming soon.
Chris Carter
Chris Carter Mar 20, 2020 7:51PM ET
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market getting crusssshed.  ouch
hul hul Hul
hul hul Hul Mar 20, 2020 7:20PM ET
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😎😎😎Don't be afraid. All you have to believe is bond.HHH
 
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