What the Treasury Bear Flattener may mean for stocks and other assets
The quick rise in Treasury yields, especially on the short end of the curve, has pushed us into a Bear Flattener regime. During those periods, the S&P 500 has showed the weakest growth. Other assets haven't done much better. Real Estate, Financials, and Value stocks have typically performed the best.
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