Treasury Bonds: Lower For Longer (w/ Komal Sri Kumar) | Trade Idea | Real Vision™

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Dr. Komal Sri-Kumar, president of Sri-Kumar Global Strategies, likes buying the 10-year Treasury bond. He discusses why yields should fall, in this interview with Alyona Minkovski.

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Filmed on April 16th, 2018.
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Plato 77 says:

Boy, was he wrong!!!

Michel Simard says:

Smart man..

S Venkateswaran says:

The dollar will tank and yields will spike overnight. We are in the short squeeze phase where the dollar and bonds are rallying and might do so for some time.

Henrik N says:

I don't think he mentioned the drastically increased supply, though I'm sure he's aware of it. Curious of how he assesses that. Also, if the tension with China increases, they might unload their UST holdings. In which case, a lot of people are going to have a bad time.

Andrew I says:

Of course treasury bond yields can go down! Just look at Japan's bond market! Or good credit countries in Europe! Those are way lower than treasury yields! Americans need to get used to looking at themselves in a global context.

longgowhereto says:

Inflation is is fiat printing. To see no inflation is beyond me.

R R says:

What if bond yields are rising because of more bond issuance? More debt needed and not enough money willing to buy more debt?

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