|Day's Range||30.16 - 30.18|
|52 Week Range||29.72 - 31.02|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.10%|
Donald Trump’s electoral victory has had an immediate impact on the Treasury curve, pushing longer-dated yields higher amid expectations that the president-elect’s push for tax cuts and increased infrastructure spending will trigger inflation. The market is said to be pricing in a 95% chance of a rate hike in December now, and the 10-year Treasury yield jumped some 21% in one week, going from 1.83% the day before the election, Nov. 7, to 2.22% a week later—its highest read since early January.
The weekly charts for U.S. Treasury bonds, gold and utility stocks are back into consolidation mode, but these 'flight to safety' investments still outperform stocks year to date.
Here's how to trade the charts for U.S. treasury bonds, gold and utility stocks, which still outperform year to date.