Wednesday, August 14, 2019

What Markets Do After a Yield Curve Inversion

Yield curve inversions don't usually mean an immediate declining market. It can be as short as a month or up to two years, with the market peaking over 30% higher.   However, a yield inversion usually does mean an market peak and subsequent decline is coming in the next 24 months.

Here is a Marketwatch article with more of the details.

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