https://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/30/us-treasury-says-it-is-gearing-up-to-issue-a-50-year-bond.html Any of you rates guys think this is going to be a thing? Full disclosure: I have been building a technology and information edge since early spring of 2019. This has become successful. I am focused on the ultra-bonds and index futures (and spreads). My question is, if this were to happen would it be a win for ultra bond rates traders? I mean that in terms of liquidity. At times the long duration rate futures are trading at the midpoint during RTH with a two tick spread. Is there any rhyme or reason to the bid-ask spreads blowing out on the ultra bond rates book? Seems like the big $$ guys are very aggressive in the book at times. Significant trading going on inside the spread and there are major size imbalances as well. Anybody have the inside baseball on this market?