TFMR Podcast - Thursday, November 8

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Today's non-event Fedlines sparked a POSX rally on the alleged "hawkishness" of the Fed. What a crock! As if The Fed is sudden hawkish!

So, whatever. All of this is just more MSM nonsense to explain that which they are too simple-minded to understand. But here's something they might soon understand...The yield on the 10-year note is back up to 3.23% and almost precisely the level is reached right before the "stock market" crashed 10% back in October:...

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