Its breakout week for longer-dated yields as we saw the 10-year note yield move comfortably above 3% and the 30-year bond yield moved to its highest level since May 17th of this year.
Articles by Bob Iaccino
Path Trading Partners
Bob Iaccino has spent the last 24 years in commodities, futures, FX, and equity options. He appears weekly on media outlets including CNBC, Bloomberg Television, CNN, and Fox News and has done over 900 interviews. He started with Nikko Securities as a phone clerk and went on to become Chief Market Strategist for Commerzbank Futures and for a proprietary trading firm in Chicago. In 2008, Bob began teaching his techniques to the public. Bob has taught over 7000 individuals and given seminars in many countries in the Americas and Middle East. In 2013, Bob Join Tethys Partners as Chief Markets Strategist. In 2015, Bob and his trading partner, Mike Arnold launched Path Trading Partners to continue teaching their trading strategies and launch an international proprietary trading group.
Global stock markets are lower this Monday morning with traders and investors waking up to the news that Washington was set to implement previously announced tariffs as well as release a new list o
By Bob Iaccino, September 17, 2018
A Thursday like yesterday can certainly help a struggling S&P and NASDAQ.
By Bob Iaccino, September 14, 2018
On May 25th of this year, Baker Hughes reported an oil rig count jump in the U.S. from 844 to 859. June 1st, there was an increase to 861.
By Bob Iaccino, September 10, 2018
Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell gave a speech, as is tradition, on Friday at the Kansas City Fed’s 42nd annual symposium on economic trends and monetary policy.
By Bob Iaccino, August 27, 2018
The Kansas City Fed and its President Esther George are hosting their 42nd annual economic symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming this week.
By Bob Iaccino, August 24, 2018
It seems like ages ago that crude oil jumped over $75 per barrel, but it was less than 2 months ago.
By Bob Iaccino, August 20, 2018
On Jan 2nd of this year, the USD/TRY (Turkish Lira) stood at 3.79082. As of this writing, it stands at 5.81056, having gone as high as 7.08310.
By Bob Iaccino, August 17, 2018
According to data compiled by FactSet.com, with 91% of the companies in the S&P 500 reporting actual results for the quarter, it’s time for an earnings checkup.
By Bob Iaccino, August 13, 2018
U.S. Consumer Price Index data for the month of July was released this morning and it was Rip-Van-Winkle exciting.
By Bob Iaccino, August 10, 2018
According to FactSet.com, for Q2 2018 with 81% of the companies in the S&P 500 reporting actual results for the quarter, the ble
By Bob Iaccino, August 06, 2018