McCullough: 10-Year Yield Ripping → Risk Happens Slowly, Then All At Once

02/24/21 10:48AM EST

Below is a brief excerpt transcribed from Wednesday's edition of The Macro Show hosted by CEO Keith McCullough and Director of Research Daryl Jones.

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The 10-year yield is RIPPING this morning.

Up another +7 basis points. It was up +3, then it was up +5, and now it’s up +7 bps. Well, why doesn’t it go up more?

It should go up +10 basis points, because the top end of the Risk Range is +1.44% dear Jedis. And you all knew that.

So at the end of the day, risk happens slowly, and then all at once in the bond market.

All the people that didn’t call this are now going to say, “Oh now that’s the reason the end of the world is coming.”

No.

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You buy the Financials (XLF), you buy Energy (XLE), you buy High-Beta; you understand what to do with this.

Obviously if you’re long Gold (GLD), Treasuries (TLT), Utilities (XLU) you’re going to have a major headache. And that’s because you’re not listening.

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