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    After yield curve inverts, stocks typically have 18 months before doom

    12 - 18 months from now and then it's game over. Zombie economic apocalypse.

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    Past recessions have begun when the yield curve inversion corrects back to normal.

    Recessions are perceived as bad things when all they are is huge wealth transfers. Where is the money going? I know
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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    After yield curve inverts, stocks typically have 18 months before doom

    12 - 18 months from now and then it's game over. Zombie economic apocalypse.

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    This time is different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stonehenge View Post
    This time is different.
    Janet Yellen says yield curve inversion may be false recession signal
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    Bet he's not standing in the queue to purchase a 10 year bond at a poorer rate of return than that given by a 2-year bond. Yeah, that's the truth of the matter as thing stand. And that's why yield curve inversions are such a strong leading indicator.

    Apart from AMD shareholders, who holds for out loss making returns over the long term?
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