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    Default Anyone here worried that the 10-Year Bond is under 2%?

    Combined with the oil implosion, is the stock market headed for a meltdown?
    (Not a prediction....just a question)

    Is this forum always so dead?

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    Default Re: Anyone here worried that the 10-Year Bond is under 2%?

    Low interest rates do not bother me except for the disincentive to save. I do not see any meltdowns in the near future unless Washington screws the pooch, just normal corrections.

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    Default Re: Anyone here worried that the 10-Year Bond is under 2%?

    Maybe people have been lulled to sleep by the most hated bull market ever and thus lack the interest to talk about the market. Time will tell but, I have a hunch this will be an eventful year in the markets which will define the investment landscape for decades.

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    Default Re: Anyone here worried that the 10-Year Bond is under 2%?

    Looks like a strong dollar, the Fed increasing rates soon, and the projected next 2 quarters of reduced S&P earnings are causing folks to start looking elsewhere.
    Dare I say Europe and Japan.

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    Default Re: Anyone here worried that the 10-Year Bond is under 2%?

    Quote Originally Posted by b381l View Post
    Looks like a strong dollar, the Fed increasing rates soon, and the projected next 2 quarters of reduced S&P earnings are causing folks to start looking elsewhere.
    Dare I say Europe and Japan.
    Tomorrow's Greek results at noon will be interesting. The markets' reactions even more so. It might be time to hold on tight to the rails.

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