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Bond Sentiment Chart Data Info
The higher the Score, the more optimistic sentiment is, and the more likely bonds will fall. The lower the Score, the lower the optimism, and more likely bonds will rise.
VALUE CHANGE DATE
RYDEX BULLISH FLOW 22% -4% 03/11/14 RYDEX BEARISH FLOW -14% -1% 03/11/14 RYDEX BULL RATIO 37% UNCH 03/11/14 10-DAY PUT/CALL RATIO 1.28 +.11 03/10/14 21-DAY PUT/CALL RATIO 1.30 +.10 03/10/14 C.O.T. EURODOLLAR 03/04/14 C.O.T. 2-YEAR TNOTE 03/04/14 C.O.T. 5-YEAR TNOTE 03/04/14 C.O.T. 10-YEAR TNOTE 03/04/14 C.O.T. 30-YEAR TBOND 03/04/14 MARKET VANE BULLS 56% -1% 02/28/14 CONSENSUS BULLS 53% +2% 02/21/14 AAII BOND ALLOCATION 16.2% -0.8% 02/28/14 STRATEGISTS' ALLOCATION 34.4% UNCH 02/28/14
Each indicator in the table is accompanied by an icon. That icon tells you how extreme the indicator is relative to its recent range. "Extremely Bullish" would mean that the indicator strongly suggests that bonds should rise; "Bearish", on the other hand, means that the indicator is mildly hinting that bonds may fall going forward.
Icon Meaning Extremely Bullish Very Bullish Bullish Neutral Bearish Very Bearish Extremely Bearish
This data is intended for 30-year Treasury Bonds. Shorter maturities move separately from the 30-year, as do corporate bonds, municipals, high-yield, mortgage-backed, etc. Therefore, please do not extrapolate these readings to anything other than their intended underlying - the 30-year T-Bond.