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are you implying that yield have or will soon reach their theoretical possible minimum and therefore can only go up from there soon with an inverse correlation to the equities market?
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The thing is, bond yields don't have a theoretical minimum, Just this week for instance, Some Dutch and French bond yields turned negative. What this means is that there's not enough confidence in possible investments that bond investors are willing to take a 0.3% haircut of their principle instead of chasing higher - more risky - investments like stocks.
Childrenofmen Silver-Silver
Correct its simple: either the central banks realize their mistakes and "f off" => crash or they'll create population disorder (eu + us already happening slowly on) => crash.
Japan has had 18 prime ministers since their system got implented, they are nirp, own majority of the market, eased tons and stil they are crashing (in fact they never made new highs since the 90's)
ECB and FED copies the exact same behaviour and to make it more fun theirs a currency war between the west and china screwing over the western program even more.
Its simple: SHORT the tops and long PM's don't overleverage and just sit back, cash in when green short again at new tops.
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