Recession and inverse yield


#21

All retirement accounts behave like 1031 exachange until we take out!

Yearly max is 54000 ( or 60000 for ages above 50).


#22

Yield curve is flatter than last year.
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#23

The fed keeps talking about inflation, but no one believes them. It’s still very low.


#24

Ideal combo: inflation and low rates.


#25

Opinion: Ed Yardeni: That flawless predictor of recession and a bear market is wrong this time


#26

Trade war is the only thing that can tip US into recession in the near term. And chance of that is quite low.


#27

“this time it is different”


#28

On Aug 21, 2018,
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#29

Good grief @hanera:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

And I blame @BAJacket for that… :rofl:


#30

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/goldman-says-keep-calm-curve-153447789.html?.tsrc=applewf


#31

In short, this time is different?


#32

His new pic actually looks like him now.


#33

You forgot how he looks like… :smile:


#34

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=ftN9W8iHK4K28AOZs4WgCg&q=Patrick+Soon-Shiong&oq=Patrick+Soon-Shiong&gs_l=img.12...0.0.0.19911.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0..0.0


#35

Difference between 2 and 10 year treasury is now .77% :pleading_face:


#36

Narrow to 0.71% in just 4 days.

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#37

Difference between 2 and 10 year is only 0.25%. You were looking at 3 month

https://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/data-chart-center/interest-rates/Pages/TextView.aspx?data=yield


#38

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Normal yield curve
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#39

Slightly flatten.


#40

Powell might have already done enough to cause a mild recession. 10 year yield is now below 3%.