Understanding the Relationship Between Stocks and Bonds

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Retail investors Tom Sosnoff and Tony Battista explore validity behind the traditional belief that stock and bond prices are inversely correlated.

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kathleen smith says:

I can't believe that these guys are just saying that the relationship between stocks and bonds is just random because in the eighties and nineties that when bonds went down – stocks went up and that was the correlation, HOWEVER now we don't have that anymore now we have bonds go up – stocks go up, the correlation is now random – WHY? WHY? WHY?  hmmm…..  It is called the FED and their manipulation of the market, that is why there is now no true price discovery – the FED is buying bonds and loaning money to corporation to next to nothing – so what are these corporations doing they are buying back their own stock.  The entire market is fake now.

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