When $TLT becomes the most volatile asset in the market, you know it's about to get fun.
— The Kobeissi Letter (@KobeissiLetter) February 26, 2021
Next week Bulls Will be obliterated
— Andre Assuncao (@AndreStoic) February 26, 2021
more selling than buying and the market is green
— Alessio Urban (@AlessioUrban) February 26, 2021
— Keith Fernandez (@FernandezK5) February 26, 2021
"First on the 10-year yield… this should not be new to anyone. We made this call back in November. I said it would happen slowly, then all at once."@KeithMcCullough on today's The Macro Show
— HedgeyeTV (@HedgeyeTV) February 26, 2021
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