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03-MARCH 23-2021

The Human TouchGood morning.
A lot has been made about rising interest rates.  One point that hasn’t gotten as much attention is to the yield curve.  The yield curve is simply a measure of what interest rates prevail at variously-dated Treasuries.  A healthy curve, like the one we have now, is rising, with investors demanding higher rates to hold bonds of longer periods of time.
The yield curve is also steepening, a sign that the economy is growing.  That’s in contrast to an inverted yield curve, which tends to predict imminent recessions.  The last yield curve?  It triggered in late 2019, well before anyone had even heard of the coronavirus.

Are you worried about interest rates and their potential impact on the stock market yet?

Hit reply and share your thoughts.  And thanks for sharing your thoughts so far!

Now here’s the rest of the news:

The Everything Bubble: How A Debt-Driven Economy Creates More Frequent Crises –Daniel Lacalle, The Mises Institute
Since 1975, economic crises have become more frequent while the pace of recovery has been slower and weaker.  Economies end recessions with increased debts… [Read Here]

Look to Prices, Not Official Metrics, for Inflation’s “Smoking Gun”
Massive monetary stimulus is flooding the world.  How can the average citizen know whether there has been a sudden spike in inflation, and just how quickly their purchasing power is wasting away? [Read Here]

March 23, 2020

I think of miss the daysGood morning.
I hope you were able to relax over the weekend and didn’t have to wait outside of your local Costco for a long while as they limit the number of entrants.  When it’s finally your turn, you got a squirt of hand sanitizer and a freshly wiped down cart.
Nice touch, but I’ll take a shorter wait time please.  I’m struggling a little bit, as you can tell, with what is considered essential services and what isn’t.  Nobody seems to want to consult me.  Well, maybe they shouldn’t.

Special Note:  During these turbulent times, demand for precious metals has surged to levels we’ve never seen before.  Please rest assured, we remain as committed as ever to serving each and every one of our customers.  No matter what happens with the markets or the coronavirus (COVID-19), we have contingencies in place in order to remain ready to help you. 

March 23, 2019

Think this Saturday we ought to have fun!

You think?  😉

March 23, 2018

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March 23, 2017

Running Out of TimeSeth Godin reminds … Out of Time on This

Time is running out for all the things I want to experience.  Time is running out for me to level up or connect or to be generous to someone who really needs me.  Time is running out for me to become the person I’ve decided to be, to make the difference you seek to make, to produce the work you know you’re capable of.

 

 

REW

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