Opening Statement from the January 2018 Dividend Gems
Originally published on January 21, 2018
In the December 2017 issue of the Intelligent Investor and Market Forecaster we discussed that the yield on the US Treasury Note needed to rise significantly over the next year in order to avoid an inverted yield curve. Within a few weeks, yields did in fact begin to rise a great deal. The sudden rise in yields prompted a window of opportunity for various disinformation con artists from within the media to spread inaccurate fear-mongering claims that bonds were collapsing.
As you can imagine, there are many ramifications related to a trend of rising short-term interest rates and treasury yields. Namely...
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