US Bonds and How They Relate to Precious Metals

US Bonds on the Edge
The US bond market is teetering on the edge of the generational decline. Just as we have been hypothesizing about for nearly two years.

The 30-year US bond fell by nearly 2.3% this week, closing at 136.7.

Interest rates on the 30-year, which move opposite to prices, rose accordingly, rising to 3.4% per annum. This is not only the highest rate this year, but the highest since mid-2014.

Bonds are the . . .


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