A group of Japanese immigrants to Brazil formed a group called Shindo Renmei to back the Empire during World War II. When Japan surrendered this group refused to believe it and killed any Japanese-Brazilian who said otherwise. They ended up murdering 23 and injuring 147 others.
So what is this inverted yield curve everyone keeps talking about? Financial advisor extraordinaire Bruce Cooke, whose office is on Manoa Road in Havertown, provides this educational and easy to understand link.
Yes, an inverted yield curve is not a good thing. Yes, we blame the Democrats. If Nancy Pelosi puts country ahead of partisan posturing and gets the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) passed we suspect the yield curve might start looking a little more normal despite the problems in Europe and China.
You hear that Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon (D-Pa5)? Of course not. You’re OK with suffering as long as you think it helps your side. At least we believe so. Prove us wrong and back this thing.
Yield Curve Explained
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Answer to yesterday’s puzzle: Really it comes down to your philosophy. Do you want to play it safe and be good or do you want to take a chance and be great?