Bonds are boring. They are the beige minivan of the investment world. Yet, bond yields (which move inversely to prices) are hugely important. They determine lots of things: from how much companies and governments pay to borrow money -- to the rate you get on your mortgage. To help you navigate the complex world of interest rates, here are some free resources.
In a nutshell, Charles Dow's famous theory says that the Dow Jones Transportation Average and the Dow Jones Industrial Average must go up or down together -- to "confirm" a bull or bear market. But can you apply this theory to markets like bonds? Yes. Watch our Interest Rates Pro Service editor explain how.