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TradeBondFutures.com
 
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"One of the nice features of ...
www.futuresmag.com, 3 Mar 2012 [cached]
"One of the nice features of bond trading is that the bond market is open when almost every report hits," says Jack Broz, founder of TradeBondFutures.com.
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Broz offered two pieces of advice to beginning bond traders: Start with five- and 10-year notes, and trade multiple contracts. "If traders can use a stop of one tick in five-years, two ticks in 10-years, then they can get entry prices you like, and [lower] your risk," he says. Broz explains that although there may be "less bang for your buck" than in the 30-year, there also is less risk. "You can learn how to get in the market, manage your trade, eke out a few ticks a day. That's unique because for guys that trade the S&P, that's not really even an option."
Additionally, Broz says that trading a second contract helps you protect your profitable trades. "There are too many novices that are told to trade a one-lot. To me, that's a losing game when that one-lot is a winner and you take profits and it keeps going your way. Now you have nothing on," he says.
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Cantor.com - Brian Edmonds Comments: Treasuries Up & Economy Down - Cantor Fitzgerald
www.cantor.com, 5 July 2011 [cached]
According to Jack Broz, founder of TradeBondFutures.com, inflation worries earlier in the year that have subsequently subsided are a driving force in the battle between bond bulls and bears. "The run-up is the bulls inflicting as much pain as they can on the bears. Earlier this year inflation was being talked about quite a bit and short positions inevitably were set. But that talk has died out for now, so we get this type of market where the bulls just punish the shorts," he says. Broz also says ongoing European sovereign debt concerns are reinforcing U.S. bonds as the best out there.
Broz says the pivotal price on the 10-year Treasury note is 120-00. As long as price stays above 124-00, he is targeting 125-25 and 126-27. If price falls below 120-00, Broz is watching for 118-00 and 117.15, where yields would race higher.
"One of the nice features of ...
www.futuresmag.com [cached]
"One of the nice features of bond trading is that the bond market is open when almost every report hits," says Jack Broz, founder of TradeBondFutures.com.
...
Broz offered two pieces of advice to beginning bond traders: Start with five- and 10-year notes, and trade multiple contracts. "If traders can use a stop of one tick in five-years, two ticks in 10-years, then they can get entry prices you like, and [lower] your risk," he says. Broz explains that although there may be "less bang for your buck" than in the 30-year, there also is less risk. "You can learn how to get in the market, manage your trade, eke out a few ticks a day. That's unique because for guys that trade the S&P, that's not really even an option."
Additionally, Broz says that trading a second contract helps you protect your profitable trades. "There are too many novices that are told to trade a one-lot. To me, that's a losing game when that one-lot is a winner and you take profits and it keeps going your way. Now you have nothing on," he says.
U.S. bonds would be the safe ...
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U.S. bonds would be the safe haven bid as that happens," says Jack Broz, founder of TradeBondFutures.com.
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U.S. bonds would be the safe haven bid as that happens," says Jack Broz, founder of TradeBondFutures.com.
Jack Broz, founder of ...
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Jack Broz, founder of TradeBondFutures.com, says the downgrade itself did not cause a big move, but rather the note's status as a safe haven against the problems happening elsewhere, particularly in Europe, has pushed prices. "The U.S. bond market still is the safe haven, still is the best paper in town, especially compared to Europe. That's what helped push this market higher. With all the uncertainty going on, that's why it's made this move up," he says. Broz goes on to say that traders need to watch anything that may come out of the Federal Reserve's annual Jackson Hole, Wyo. meeting. He pegs support at 128-15 and says the market is reaching for 133-06.
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Jack Broz, founder of TradeBondFutures.com, says the downgrade itself did not cause a big move, but rather the note's status as a safe haven against the problems happening elsewhere, particularly in Europe, has pushed prices. "The U.S. bond market still is the safe haven, still is the best paper in town, especially compared to Europe. That's what helped push this market higher. With all the uncertainty going on, that's why it's made this move up," he says. Broz goes on to say that traders need to watch anything that may come out of the Federal Reserve's annual Jackson Hole, Wyo. meeting. He pegs support at 128-15 and says the market is reaching for 133-06.
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