Hi folks, I am a trader by trade. A scientist working with facts, numbers and statistics. Not beliefs, crystal balls, feelings or uneducated opinions. I don't predict the markets. I trade them just like I play chess. Enough about myself. I have been trading US T-Notes for years and I notice that they always go down, down, down and even more low. They seem to be headed to $0. Never up. Unlike the German Bund or whatever governement issued paper in Europe and the rest of the world. Yes, of course, they are not a bad thing to trade. For the bears, on the short side. But why are they such a piece of junk? I mean, why are they so bearish? Isn't the US economy supposed to be good? Shouldn't that have, as a consequence, a positive effect on its government-issued papers? I have never seen such a crappy, bearish asset in my whole life, except perhaps TRMP, the Trump-owned stock, which went from $34 to $0 in less than 10 years. So my questions, again: 1) Why are US T-Notes so bearish? 2) Why is such a "strong" US economy affecting the T-Notes in such a negative way? Thanks, N.