Bond Rally to Reverse?

Published on
July 3rd, 2019
Duration
12 minutes

Bond Rally to Reverse?

Trade Ideas ·
Featuring Mark Newton

Published on: July 3rd, 2019 • Duration: 12 minutes

Mark Newton, CMT, president and founder of Newton Advisors outlines his technical take on the bond rally and reviews why he thinks yields are due for a short-term bounce. He also highlights his outlook for the S&P 500, notes why financials should head higher over the next few months, and discusses how to make the trade via a regional banking ETF, in this interview with Justine Underhill. Filmed on July 2, 2019.

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  • OC
    Otto C.
    19 August 2019 @ 00:45
    Financials, really?
  • MB
    Mo B.
    6 July 2019 @ 21:07
    Nice job @Justine for holding the the guest accountable. All guest should be accountable for their prior positions.
  • GG
    Gary G.
    4 July 2019 @ 00:21
    I do like Mark’s analysis but not this time. Reasons: 1. It’s never different this time 2. I’ll happily buy the pullback instead of shorting, “if we get any”. 3. Don’t care about overbought/oversold indicators 4. What happens if Fed goes with 50bps cut? More oversold? 5. Is this counter trade even worth risking a buck??
  • F
    Floyd .
    3 July 2019 @ 20:11
    Justine is developing into one of the better interviewers on the REALVISION team. As to the trade,playing financials for a 20 basis point increase in the 10 year,not so much. Good luck to those that try.
  • CH
    Colin H.
    3 July 2019 @ 18:51
    Brilliant as usual. Last time Mark was on I said he was spot with his timing on calling for a reversal in SPX but I doubted we would reach new highs again. The timing was spot on AND we hit new highs. He was right. What my readings in April told me was the data was going to be bad in May so I shorted SPX through May so I figured we would bounce and go lower. No idea how he could see new highs coming but well done.
  • CM
    C M.
    3 July 2019 @ 14:29
    Have watching Tom's video and now today, still having a hard time seeing the 10 year going to 2.25%. Agree that the run happened quickly and rates could have a small bounce, but would really need to see strength in the economy and signs from the Fed that they are on hold to see rates run higher.
    • DR
      David R.
      3 July 2019 @ 19:13
      You're arguing fundamental speculation while he presents a technical outlook.
    • DS
      David S.
      3 July 2019 @ 21:13
      When fundamental and technical analysts disagree, it is hard to know who to believe. Personally, I am betting on the 10 year bond yield is going down. Time will tell. DLS
    • tr
      tom r.
      4 July 2019 @ 01:37
      Wishy washy no value