A Trend Reversal in Interest Rates?

We may be on the verge of a change in direction of interest rates. Over the past 25 years, the yield on the 10-year Treasury Note makes one-year highs on several occasions. Each time, yields run out of steam and roll over shortly after. Will this time be same ole same ole?

The past does not necessarily indicate the future. Just because in previous instances the uptrend in yields stalled out and rolled over to new lows, doesn’t mean it will happen again this time. Yields could double. Who knows?

To navigate markets properly, we must adapt and react to the trend — now. We cannot let the past influence our current decision-making too much. To me, the worst thing we can do is ignore and bet against the trend.

Today, yields are making one year highs. That’s a fact. So, to me, the only logical thing is to position with the trend.

If you’d like help with how to navigate the trend in yields, please contact me at http://www.michaelmelissinos.com/contact/.



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