The US treasury market is considered the foundation of the global financial markets with many financial products (bonds, mortgages etc.) based upon the 10-year treasury interest rates.
Prior to 2008 price volatility barely moved. But the financial crisis changed all that as traditional banking stepped back and traders took over.
One could think of the $TYVIX (treasury volatility index) as an EKG measuring the heartbeat of the treasury market and frankly, it doesn’t look good. Are you comfortable with traders controlling the foundation of the global markets?
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