Equities are not my strength and I'm sure someone has looked at this but how have equities typically done in times of conversion to an inverted yield curve. Maybe I'm thinking about this wrong but if there's an inverted yield curve or movement to one, people are much more likely to take their 5-6% in ST debt and pull money out of the market causing it to dip.
With that, are there any plays in inverse short term rate funds? I don't know how they have tracked at other times but I'm fairly confident short term rates will increase so why not take advantage of it?
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