630 Days Inverted: Length Matters?

Matthew Allgood |



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"Yield-Curve Inversion," occurs when short-term bond yields surpass those of long-term bonds. This unusual pattern, exceeding over 630 days, marks the longest period of inversion since 1970, highlighting investor concerns about the near-term economic prospects.


Historically, these inversions have often preceded economic recessions, though they are not foolproof indicators.


We are vigilantly monitoring this situation. Our RiskFirst® approach is geared towards ensuring that our strategies are well-prepared to navigate potential downturns, always keeping your investments secure.



630 Days Inverted: Length Matters?

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Source: Bloomberg, Redwood. Data as of 3/27/2024. Date Range from 6/1/1976 – 3/26/2024.



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