Opportunities Galore in Coming Week's Trade
Written by Al Martin Sunday, 12 September 2010 20:57
(9-12-10) We saw nascent efforts at a relief rally in the December Treasury Bond contracts got consistently short-circuited in Friday's trade. We are loaded up with the December Long Bond at an average of 130.03. We think that is THE trade for next week with no fresh Treasury supply coming and with corporate and municipal offerings vastly diminished as well as with economic calendars that are likely will be supportive of Bonds. We think the Dec. Long Bond contract is a stellar buy at current levels.
Same Old, Same Old
Written by Al Martin Sunday, 05 September 2010 21:37
(9-5-10) Once again we saw sharp declines in the December U.S. Treasury Bond contract late week, creating dynamic buying opportunities. Indeed we issued an emergency buying recommendation in the Dec. Long Bond contract at 130.12 in early Friday morning session. We subsequently sold the Bonds on our standing order at 131.12, taking out one whole point on the trade. The December Bond contract went out Friday at 131.13. We would expect this contract to rally back to 132 early week -- despite fresh Treasury supply this coming week.
The "Non-Bubble" in the Bonds Bleeds Some Air
Written by Al Martin Sunday, 29 August 2010 20:18
(8-29-10) The September US Treasury Long Bond contract -- we had been consistently trading on the long side. In fact we had sold the remaining long positions on our standing orders at 135.23 Friday morning, when the Bonds were unable to advance despite friendly news flows which signaled that a decline was coming, as equity prices began to rally, despite bearish news flows for equities. We were stopped into the Bonds on our 134.31 sell-stop, being filled at 134.29, and covering at 133.29. We went long the Bonds again at 133.20 in late Friday action just before the close. The dramatic sell-off in the Bonds Friday has created a fresh buying opportunity at current levels.
Treasury Bonds Continue to Roar
Written by Al Martin Sunday, 22 August 2010 21:33
(8-22-10) Once again in overnight trade Friday, we were buyers of the Sep. Long Bond contract at133.16. Indeed the Bonds roared to a high of 135.07 in Friday's trade, creating the same short-selling opportunity that we had warned of in the previous Friday's trade, wherein said Bond contract fell back 1-1/4 points off the inter-session highs. We were short-sellers at 135, covering the trade at the end of the day at 134. We would expect the Bonds to begin to build upside momentum again in Sunday night's trade.
The Sep. Dollar contract continues to move higher, as the cash Dollar contract closed above 8300 for the first time in 28 sessions in Friday's trade. Look for the Dollar to move higher.
Record Trading Profits Seen In US Treasury Bonds
Written by Al Martin Sunday, 15 August 2010 20:54
(8-15-10) As our readers know, we have continuously been trading the Sep. Long Bond contract from the long side on dips. We were buyers of the contract in Thursday night's session at 131.04. We sold the contracts at 132.04 on Friday, taking one whole point, once again, out of the contract, as the retail sales numbers proved to be slightly disappointing and Fed action to depress interest rates continues to accelerate. We have not seen the highs yet in the Sep. Bond contract and would continue to trade them from the long side on dips.
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