Yeah, I don't know why they are picking on him. I spent a hard 15 seconds locating the treasury yields, month to month, for 2009. This stuff "aint" easy.
I noticed the Yahoo finance home page has the Dow, NASDAQ and S&P close. Do you know where I can find how KMB did today? I just bought it a few days ago.
One other thing. Do you think posting the RSI for Pfizzle every day, sometimes twice a day, cheapens the quality of this board?
Not to mention the genius & mastery it takes a superior divesting method guru to lose 1000% on his "franchise play", plus hundreds of percent overall, wiping out the loser's entire "life" savings & three generous inheritances in the process, through get poor quick "plays".
Your beloved butt buddy "guru" grab as* Alan operates at such a slug like mental level that the imbecile can't conduct the simplest of internet searches, doesn't even know what a search engine is & is such a Numbers Numbskull that the lame-brain can't figure out what margin of error means, despite supposedly studying statistics in college, let alone figure it out on his own, like anyone of normal intellect.
Give it up, Ruffnuts, & try to get a life for your few remaining years before disability payments are cut drastically & your food stamp allotment reduced.
But you & Chartnuts will still have each other's disgusting, unclean private parts to share.
You have got to be the most stupid, lazy, crazy, arrogant & ignorant carbon based entity on this or any other planet.
Where do you suppose you'd go to find US Treasury yields? What would be the most logical & rational words to use in an Internet search?
Would it kill you actually not to park your mush brain at the door for once & do your own minimal research work?
It took me seconds to find daily data at every maturity for every year since 2002.
What makes Alan J. Dunce's intense idiocy even more astonishingly hilarious is that the fool was shown the U.S. Treasury site just last year when the lying lame brained loon forgot or never noticed the historically low yields recorded in late 2008 & early 2009, all the while the loser claimed to be watching them "like a hawk"!
Just for yuks, I looked it up. It took less than a minute and I had a chart showing the yields of about every piece of paper the government issued in 2009.
Would you believe the address has the words "treasury yield" in it? Who would have thought that?
If I knew where to go to get the info I wouldn't be asking, would I? I don't know if it's child's play or not but I do know that it's definitely not my bag.
While I'm an options master, I have no talent when it comes to this sort of thing.
Now how about providing me with the answers that I'm looking for.