AMJ Financial Blog

Tag Archive: U.S. Treasuries

The Market – May 18, 2015

The U.S. Treasury market is a bit like a lake in the midst of a drought. All the action – fish, frogs, crawdads, and such – that was once hidden in the depths has become a lot more visible as the water shallows. For decades, traders and investors have turned to U.S. government debt –… Read More

The Markets for August 19, 2013

Robert Burns, father of fourteen and writer of Auld Lang Syne, once said, “There is no such uncertainty as a sure thing.” Was he ever right!   Here are a few sure things: The Federal Reserve intends to reduce economic stimulus by tapering quantitative easing (QE).  Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke plans to retire. Gross Domestic… Read More