Large Systematic Risk? A European sovereign debt crisis

By Steve Blumenthal

“We’ve been bulls on 30-year Treasury bonds since 1981 when we stated, “We’re entering the bond rally of a lifetime.”

“Their yields back then were 15.2%, but our forecast called for huge declines in inflation and, with it, a gigantic fall in bond yields to our then-target of 3%.”

“It’s still under way, in our opinion.”

– A. Gary Shilling

Let’s take a look today at just how attractive U.S. interest rates are relative to most of the world.  To wit, the title of today’s piece, “The Best Looking . . .

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