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Feb. 24, 2015, 10:44 a.m. EST

Bond Links: Why are U.S. banks hoarding bonds?

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David Waring is the co-founder of bond investing education web site Learn Bonds and market commentary site Bond Moves. If you've watched a You Tube video on technical analysis or forex trading, you have probably seen one of the over 100 videos that he produced. His trading education videos have been streamed over 6 million times and counting. Mr. Waring has over 10 years experience in financial services, serving as Managing Director for a mobile-technology provider and leading forex brokerage firm.

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Bloomberg: The plunge in oil prices has claimed another prominent victim .

Reuters: BlackRock is set to launch its first so-called "smart beta" bond fund that will adjust the holdings of a traditional bond index to achieve an equal balance of credit and interest rate risk .

Learn Bonds: Why many ordinary Greeks feel that their newly elected government has stabbed them right in the back .

Bloomberg: What do America's banks know about the state of the U.S. economy that has them hoarding ultra-safe bonds ?

Matthew Waterman: Rapidly rising prices seem to be an attractive trend, but debt levels make REITs risky .

Citywire: Where can one find value in European high-yield ?

John Dowdee: Convertible CEFs might offer appealing distributions, but their overall performance has not been great .

ETF Trends: Cloud of uncertainty hangs over the municipal bond market .

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