Reissuance of the 30-year Bond

Discussion in 'Trading' started by PohPoh, Nov 26, 2006.

  1. In October 2001, the Fed announced they would stop issuing the 30 year, reducing supply in the global marketplace...
    The initial reaction to the announcement was a surprising tumble in bond prices, which lasted for all of 5 months, and was followed by a massive bull market in bonds...

    This year, the Fed announced the REISSUANCE of the 30-year. Does anyone have any information on when this was announced?? Any thoughts??


    you're late to the party... well over a year ago
  3. Do you have any links to this story?
    I can't seem to find it..

    As for being late to the party, I disagree...I think the invitations have just been sent out...
  4. All that stuff makes no sense to me..
    The rise was pretty easy to explain....Less supply, higher demand = rising prices...
  5. Surdo


  6. I think he's pulling your chain, so to say!

    Or is the joke on me? you already know that?
  7. Who cares...I asked my question and got my answer..

    I love sarcasm!
  8. bighog

    bighog Guest

    looks like some easy money entering the US mkt .............:D

    ET is a perfect example why simple TA works .... :eek:

    Come on newbie folks, challenge me.

    OK, Pats and Bears half time over. i can quit picking on you. :D

    A word to the wise, to trade the bonds on CBOT you will either already be or will soon be a manic depressive. Good Luck............... Not as much rhythms in trading the bonds as in trading the stock indexes