Wednesday, April 24, 2019

The Meaning of Inverted Yield Curves

I know what history says that when they invert and when they stay inverted it usually means that a few weeks or months later we're going to have problems. I don't see any reason that's changed. People always say it's different this time but it's rarely really different this time. So, I'm watching but I have not acted because of it yet.

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