There’s a group of stocks that’s helped investors survive the worst crashes since the 1920s — and it looks like the perfect hedge for an inverted yield curve

There’s a group of stocks that’s helped investors survive the worst crashes since the 1920s — and it looks like the perfect hedge for an inverted yield curve

26th March 20190Byadmin

In the realm of recession indicators, the yield curve’s track record is hard to beat.

Long-term Treasury yields have fallen below their short-term counterparts before every US recession since 1955. It’s an abnormal occurrence because bond traders, worried about imminent risks, demand a higher compensation for buying short-term bonds versus locking up their money for nearly a decade.

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