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Market Cap 10.65B P/E - EPS this Y - Ern Qtrly Grth -
Income - Forward P/E -3,236.33 EPS next Y - 50D Avg Chg -4.00%
Sales - PEG - EPS past 5Y - 200D Avg Chg -6.00%
Dividend 2.00% Price/Book 0.65 EPS next 5Y - 52W High Chg -19.00%
Recommedations - Quick Ratio - Shares Outstanding - 52W Low Chg 6.00%
Insider Own - ROA - Shares Float - Beta -
Inst Own - ROE - Shares Shorted/Prior -/- Price 97.09
Gross Margin - Profit Margin - Avg. Volume 23,965,867 Target Price -
Oper. Margin - Earnings Date - Volume 38,077,619 Change -1.07%
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TLT Chatroom

User Image KraxKill Posted - 5 minutes ago

$TLT when rate cuts do finally come after what will seem like an eternity of wasted time for long term holders here, they will come at the front end of the yield curve first…the tail end will be the last to see lower yields if at all. As you can see the yield curve is slowly uninverting at the expense of long duration bond values. Duration risk will not decline from the economic conditions the Fed will use to justify cuts when the do. This, will put upward pressure on long duration yields.

User Image Reignrx2 Posted - 6 minutes ago

$NVDA I am out with profit at 1148. Traders out there be safe the fuking yeild is rocketting and $TLT is dropping like a hot cake. Long don't buy here like an idiot

User Image Reignrx2 Posted - 8 minutes ago

$NVDA wow $TLT is dropping like no tomorrow $SPY and $QQQ is prop up by NVDia . I am out

User Image BallsBiggerthanBags Posted - 9 minutes ago

$TLT sold from .06 to .13 man did I sell them too early 🤬

User Image Dr_Stoxx Posted - 21 minutes ago

$TLT has some support around 90.2. It's there now...

User Image DEGEN_69420_banned Posted - 24 minutes ago

$SPY don't worry guys $VIX is up, $TLT bonds are down, but most importantly bulls still buying $NVDA.

User Image tkstockpicker Posted - 28 minutes ago

$TLT added again

User Image sabbie Posted - 29 minutes ago

$TLT bloodbath all that money stolen from taxpayers and future generations is being handed out like Halloween candy

User Image Dezn_Capital Posted - 30 minutes ago

$TLT capitulating the DTL as treasury starts buy backs tomorrow 🤔

User Image opsofjoe Posted - 30 minutes ago

$SPY $QQQ $VIX $TLT $XLK everyone knows that at least a downturn of some sort is coming at some point. each of the last 3 recessions had external catalysts. we are simply waiting for that catalyst, or for something to break. but people just keep working and making money and investing, as we should be

User Image DonCorleone77 Posted - 30 minutes ago

$DIA $SPY $IWM $QQQ $TLT Cash-N-Carry appears to be busy today: More from Kashkari: He would not take anything off the table in terms of the rate posture, in comments from a London event. And he did not think any of his colleagues have done so "formally," either. That is what was suggested in the FOMC minutes last week. Also he added that he certainly will not pencil in more than 2 cuts this year. He does not believe the economy needs to weaken to bring down inflation. Most of last year's disinflation came from the supply side, he reminded. Commercial real estate is a big risk, he added, and he expects some big losses.

User Image thayford Posted - 33 minutes ago

$TLT leading the way?

User Image ospreyeye Posted - 38 minutes ago

$TNX >> 15 Min. Chart >> Broke above resistance and is spiking now $SPY $SPX $VXX $TLT

User Image skibicki Posted - 1 hour ago

$TLT pain trade is higher yields to come. Looks like markets in for a world of hurt. $SPY

User Image MrClangandBang Posted - 1 hour ago

$TLT looks like we will never break the downward trend

User Image Jethro67 Posted - 1 hour ago

$TLT $gold $nem $UUP $AAPL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwRzn4G2188&t=14s&pp=ygUUcGFsaXNhZGVzIGdvbGQgcmFkaW8%3D .

User Image financeoverfl Posted - 1 hour ago

$TLT $TMF $TNX And why is economics not science, but history? Because by the time the data has come out and has been revised, formulated, and exercised by the central bankers, the data is already outdated, and the algorithms have likely moved ahead of the data in some cases by many months, carrying the economy into a new era, either inflationary, or deflationary (depending on the data released and revisions). In this way, econometric data is always lagging, and is generally is more a snapshot in time of the economy at a prior point. But since the prior data is used to make decisions about the future of the economy, and depends on humans making the right decision based on the lagging prior data, modern economics can be considered a reckless and dangerous approach that shouldn't be relied on by market technicians. Thus the only argument for Austrian economics, is the inevitable consequences of all of the other schools of economic thought. Learn what you can, and rely on no one.

User Image financeoverfl Posted - 1 hour ago

$TLT $TMF $TNX Remember, economics isn't science, it's history. Be prepared for whatever the algo's decide to do, and whatever you do, don't go all in here.

User Image sleepygenocideJoe Posted - 1 hour ago

$SPY $QQQ $VIX $TLT $XLK too complicated for me. Jbtfdyfi is my theory

User Image skibicki Posted - 1 hour ago

$TLT above all key moving averages. Weekly looks even better. Thing that is very bearish for stocks is that the economy really is weakening but nothing the fed can do about it basically. Going to need to see massive declines to have rate cuts back on the table

User Image AhmedCulver Posted - 2 hours ago

$AAL $TLT Analyst price target for next week http://smartmarketmind-today.synergize.co

User Image skibicki Posted - 2 hours ago

$TLT Mentioned this a week ago about the death cross and price crossing back below. Making new multiweek lows now in 10 year, 30 year especially. Should start to see some volatility come into markets as no rate cuts in sight. $SPY

User Image oGambleoFuture Posted - 2 hours ago

$TLT Not loving the auction.

User Image JLInvest Posted - 2 hours ago

$SPY $QQQ $USDJPY $TLT What I wanted people to follow is what really happens when central banks/ governments intervene in markets that are contrary to the fundamentals. In the short term, there are clear observable price swings. Which reverse as the fundamentals never changed. The same will be true for Yellen's treasury buyback scheme. $STUDY. Short-term swings that revert back to the fundamental backdrop. Sustained changes in currency and bond markets change when the underlying fundamentals change.

User Image GOST Posted - 2 hours ago

$VIX $SPY $TLT $XLK $QQQ U got the idea__

User Image ChristopherBrecher Posted - 2 hours ago

$TLT When I was on the trading floor, we were really into "tells", to trade futures. When the DJCI goes nuts, then the TLT, or the /ZB is more likely to go down, even if the daily charts of bonds look ok.

User Image Ro_Patel Posted - 2 hours ago

Rate expectations between the FOMC and market participants $TBIL $SHY $TLT $SGOV $SHV

User Image thedonutman Posted - 3 hours ago

Look. I am long $TLT. However, currently it is hard to trust anything that comes out of the federal government. This Administration has been caught cooking the books. I trust what the FED puts out more than this Admin. Thus, it is slow going for me...

User Image Yeonhee7777 Posted - 3 hours ago

$TMF I have recently been buying back what I sold. I will only buy what I sold until $TLT falls below 88 and no more. I will only buy what I sell and no more until $TLT falls below 88. There's an important economic report coming out this week and I'm taking a negative view, so we could end up in more pain.

User Image skibicki Posted - 3 hours ago

$TSLA $tlt falling below 50dma and 200dma. Don't see this holding last weeks lows. Sub 170 on the table