higher interest rates Archives - Page 3 of 9 - munKNEE.com
Thursday , 25 February 2021

Tag Archives: higher interest rates

Goldbugs Should Pray for Higher Interest Rates – Here’s Why

Interest rates cannot stay low forever so, while the Fed’s low interest rate policy is pushing stock and bond prices higher, it is also infusing potential energy into the gold market. Therefore, it is only a matter of “When?” and not “If?” this trend reverses and gold catapults higher.

Read More »

Interest Rates NOT Rising Any Time Soon – Even With Fed Tapering. Here’s Why

Everyone and their mom is expecting long-term interest rates to rise now that the Fed is tapering its bond buying programs. I have a couple of problems with this line of thinking because, although it seems like reducing demand for a security (i.e. tapering QE) would result in a drop in price, when you really think about how quantitative easing works this makes no sense and, secondly, the market is telling us this makes no sense. Let me explain.

Read More »

Another Crisis Is Coming & It May Be Imminent – Here’s Why (4K Views)

Is there going to be another crisis? Of course there is. The liberalised global financial system remains intact and unregulated, if a little battered...The question therefore becomes one of timing: when will the next crash happen? To that I offer the tentative answer: it may be imminent...[This article puts forth my explanation as to why that will likely be the case.]

Read More »

Rising Interest Rates Could Plunge Financial System Into a Crisis Worse Than 2008 – Here’s Why (+3K Views)

If yields on U.S. Treasury bonds keep rising, things are going to get very messy. What we are ultimately looking at is a sell-off very similar to 2008, only this time we will have to deal with rising interest rates at the same time. The conditions for a "perfect storm" are rapidly developing, and if something is not done we could eventually have a credit crunch unlike anything that we have ever seen before in modern times. Let me explain.

Read More »

We Think Interest Rates are Making a Long-term Turn Upwards

We had previously speculated that the 30-year bond rate would continue downward to around 2% based upon a number of very long-term charts. Short-term charts, however, are showing strong technical evidence that interest rates may be turning up in the long term. Words: 267; Charts: 2

Read More »