This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com.
By Marin Katusa via Iris.xyz
We’re on the precipice of a new adventure in the markets. Never before has so much data and information been available to investors around the globe. And yet, there’s no consensus on what’s going to happen. Not to mention we have major geopolitical issues happening around the world…
China’s cracking down on Hong Kong. Oil transport vessels are being seized. On top of that, we have a very gloomy global economic environment.
A Signal for Coming Chaos?
Last week, the United States yield curve inverted. This happens when the yield on the 2-year note is higher than the yield on the 10-year bond.
Yield curve inversion is a classic economic signal that a recession could be in the works. It’s not a guarantee, but highly probable. In the United States, each of the last 7 recessions has been preceded by a yield curve inversion.
All of this is fueling the fear of trade and sending gold to record prices in almost every currency. And most important to your portfolio… the mighty U.S. Dollar is actually rising with the price of gold. Exactly what is going on?
Is the Rise in Gold Already Signaling a Recession?
Last week we talked about the negative yield from governments and corporates alike. And one of the most talked-about recession indicators, the 2-year vs 10-year treasury chart, actually inverted.
Read the full article at Iris.xyz.
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