A Multi-Year Treasury Bond Trading Strategy

Defusing the Bond Bomb

Little has been written about the financial disaster hiding in plain sight – lurking right in the center of your retirement portfolio: BONDS.

Using 10-Year Treasury Note Options, RMB Group Chief Market Strategist, Lindsay Hall, has created a low cost, long-term, professional trading strategy that is specifically designed to capitalize on higher interest rates and/or lower bond prices.

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10-Year Treasury Note Option Trading Strategy

Defusing the Bond Bomb: A Multi-Year Strategy for Rising Interest Rates is provided as a 10-page detailed and heavily illustrated paper.

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1. In the six weeks prior to August 8th, investors yanked $16.2 billion out of stocks and plowed $32.2 billion into bonds – despite the massive summer rally in the former.

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