Ian King, via a recent article published in Banyan Hill, details how the increasing popularity of bond markets with investors for bond markets is beginning to cause a threat to the stock market. For the most part, the stock market has provided the best results for the two investment opportunities for the last ten years.
King explains in the article that he expects the return rates that the federal reserve places on bond markets to go from the present 1.75 percent to as high as two percent at the end of June. This potential for a guaranteed two percent return on investments made in three-month bonds is becoming quite inviting to investors that want to avoid the market volatility that prevails when investing in stocks.
Ian King points out that yields for bonds have increased steadily over the last year and as of present the 2.74 percent that an investor can gain on a two-year bond is nearly 120 points higher than it was at the same time a year ago. The ten-year note, which is now at a 2.95 yield annually, increased by 62 points. This rise in yield rates plateaus at the 30-year as the yield for this investment is only 17 points higher than a 10-year bond investment.
‘There is no alternative’ has been shortened to the acronym TINA and is used by investors and financial advisors to refer to the lack of market competition for stocks. This is a reminder to themselves that better returns are not possible elsewhere and serves as a note to hold on to stock investments. The effect on the market when the majority of investors began to subscribe to the TINA theory is the slower rise in rates for stocks. Visit cryptoprofitsummit.com to know more about Ian King.
About Ian King
Ian King is a well-known entrepreneur and accomplished trader that has worked in the industry for more than two decades. King makes effective use of the platform provided to him by Banyan Hill Publishing to introduce original content to investors that will support them in their efforts to successfully navigate the cryptocurrency market.
King began his career as a trader with Saloman Brothers where he worked as a desk clerk in the mortgaged bond trading department of the company. Next, Ian King moved on to Peahi Capital, a hedge fund based in New York where he worked for ten years as a head trader of options until joining the Banyan Hill team in 2011.