Inverted Yield Curve: A Recession Warning


Power Alerts


March 25, 2019

For the first time in 12 years we have an inverted yield curve. This means that you can get a higher interest rate on a 3-month Treasury bill than a 10-year Treasury note.

It is normally the case that the longer you lock up your money the more interest you make. When that is no longer happening, such as it is now, it is very likely that we are heading for recession.

Please make sure that the money you need in the next 3 years is safe and sound.

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