For the past couple weeks, essentially every media channels were screaming out about TVC:US03MY - TVC:TNX yield inversion. While more scrutiny is desired, we are essentially sitting at the crossroad with heavy down-pressure in our shoulder.
Just took a step back and looked at the big forest winding all the back to the 1980s.
Let's take a look and see what's...
Much is being made about the Inverted Yield Curve
right now where the 90 Day T Bill is yielding 2.43%,
but the 10 Year Note only obtains you a rate of 2.37 %,
for locking up your money for 10 years. Ouch.
Implications are growing that the significance of this inversion
will soon show up in a much more broader economic recession later this year in the United...
This chart depicts the US gold reserves divided by the interest on debt.
The interest on debt is calculated as a proxy by multiplying the 10 year interest rate with the total federal debt.
Whether this is accurate or not is not so important as we just want to compare this ratio with its historic values.
It is important to note that official US gold reserves have...
The yield curve is still in a bear market.
Downward trending resistance at 3.1%
Once that is broken, it could easily go up to 7% which will act as a magnet due to it being a historical support line (1973-1992) and resistance (1992-2000).
This would be disastrous for the US government as interest on debt would rapidly rise.
More fundamental reasons of why the yield...