When Jim Grant began his career with Barron's, the year was 1975 and 10 year Treasury notes were yielding 8%. Since then a lot has changed, with Treasuries trading at 15% in 1981 before beginning a steady march lower that has continued through today. With Treasuries now yielding 3%, Jim reflects back on the last 35 years of bond market movements and shares insights from the largest bull run in modern interest rate history. His insights have been trusted by the Barry team for decades and it is great to see him back at Barron's. Read the full article using the link below.