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‘Grab for Treasuries Is Back’ Via ETF: Kilburg


European woes are beginning to send investors back toward U.S. Treasury bonds, Jeff Kilburg of Killir Kapital Management said Wednesday on CNBC.

“Right now the grab for Treasuries is back,” he said on “Fast Money.”

Kilburg recommended going long the treasuries ETF as a way to play the trend.

'Grab for Treasuries Is Back': Jeff Kilburg

“We saw it break through the 200-day moving average, went down to nearly 118 and now has violently come to the upside around 125,” he said.

“So I think as we see European woes persist, and if we get a little bit of a spiral over there, we will see that technical level of 1.19. I don’t want to see it, but I’m just telling you what I see technically.”

“At the end of the day, I think those problems are going to persist,” he added.

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