Economy

Why an Inverted Yield Curve Matters to You

Why an Inverted Yield Curve Matters to You

We’re hearing a lot of talk in the financial press and on Wall Street about the potential for the yield curve to invert. And if it does, will that signal a coming recession?[1] An inverted yield curve happens when short-term interest rates are higher than long-term...

The Risks of Quantitative Tightening

The Risks of Quantitative Tightening

​Quantitative easing (QE) became quantitative tightening (QT) in October 2018. That was when the number of treasuries and mortgage-backed securities (MBS) not being reinvested ($50 billion per month) by the Federal Reserve was close to the level of maturing treasury...

Don’t Fear the Bond Market Reapers

Don’t Fear the Bond Market Reapers

“All our times have come / Here, but now they’re gone / Seasons don’t fear the reaper”                                                       — Blue Oyster Cult Over the past few years, some well-known economists have been alarming investors with their predictions that...

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