Inverted Bond Yield Curve Discussion
In super-brief, the yield curve has inverted, which means that it's more lucrative to invest in short term 2-year bonds than long term 10-year bonds.
10-year bonds are supposed to be higher yield, because you're waiting a much longer time for your return.
This apparently signals that a recession is highly likely within two years, as has happened every other time the yield curve has inverted.
So, now the fuck what?