Monthly Archives: March 2019

Why does an inverted yield curve indicate recession?

There’s a lot of discussion about the importance of this classic indicator for recessions, so let’s take a look at what it typically means. A yield curve inversion represents a tightening of credit in the economy due to a collapse … Continue reading

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What drives the markets?

We’re about a decade into an amazing bull run the stock market, with valuations climbing ever higher. I often hear questions on different nuances, almost always of course dealing with the way to earn the quickest or best returns. In … Continue reading


How to Save Capitalism

I just finished reading Tepper’s book “The Myth of Capitalism,” which is a thought provoking work on the hazards of monopolized industry and the importance of anti-trust. The book’s main premise is that the cornerstone of capitalism is competition. Worrying … Continue reading

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