These stocks are dependable winners after the yield curve inverts


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The bond market’s main yield curve inverted on Wednesday, triggering worries of an eventual recession. But investors can still win, even if the clock is ticking on this bull run.

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note was at 1.623% on Wednesday, below the 2-year yield at 1.634%. This means that investors will now receive higher returns on a short-term bond than a long-term Treasury note, a trend that signals investors are worried and looking for a long-term safe haven for their money.

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The U.S. Treasury 2-10 year yield curve inverted and that means stocks are on ‘borrowed time,’ says BAML

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