Mon, 6 January 2020
Jason Hartman and economist Thomas look back at some of the happenings of 2019 and then try to envision what's going to be happening in 2020. The primary thing being discussed today is the yield curve. There is constant talk about how a negative yield curve signals recessions, but how long does it have to be negative? Were we inverted too long in 2019? How long before we see the results of the negativity? Jason and Thomas try to answer all these and more.
[4:13] What does the yield curve exploding mean?
[7:17] Why an economist is saying that real estate is less risky than stocks in 2020
[12:36] Hybrid markets had a good 2019 and look like they'll have a good 2020 as well
[13:38] A CNBC clip about the yield curve
[18:14] The Fed has the dual mandate of moderate to low inflation with maximum employment, but they seem to consider financial stability as a 3rd mandate