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High Yield Debt Outperforms Prediction But Down From Here


High yield debt outperformed its prediction surging higher instead of going sideways. That was awesome and really helped to lift markets but unfortunately the predicted path is down from here. I think at best we get a short move sideways and then we get a much larger drop in high yield debt that doesn’t end Read More »

High Yield Debt Hard Break To The Downside Favors Pullback


High yield debt has taken a hard break to the downside and that supports the prediction that a pullback in markets is coming. Usually when a strong break either up or down occurs on the chart of HYG, the stock market follows within a 3 – 5 days. Using the high yield debt bond market Read More »

Investors Pile Into PIMCO High Yield ETF



High Yield Debt Surges Higher Which Favors the Bulls


Following high yield debt is an excellent way to time market swings. A high yield bond (non-investment-grade bond, speculative-grade bond, or junk bond) is a bond that is rated below investment grade. These bonds have a higher risk of default and so they pay a higher yield than better quality bonds. Bonds rated below BBB− Read More »

Oil and Gas Company Default Rates Surge Higher


Watch out for investing in high yield corporate debt. U.S. default rates are surging higher and breaking away from the rest of the world. The U.S. has more oil and gas firms that are financed by the high yield bond market than anywhere else on the planet. The S&P calls these oil and gas companies Read More »