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YIELD CURVE INVERSION PUTS BULL MARKETS AT RISK



Yield Curve Inversion
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Back in August of 2018, we wrote a perspective piece entitled “The Trending Fed.” We concluded that “trending markets and economies are not held hostage to time limits. Picking tops and recession forecasting is often a recipe for failure. However, the first rate cut by the Fed will likely NOT be the last, and it has historically indicated that the trend in the economy and earnings has changed.

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