""Historically a flat or inverted yield curve is bad news for the market but I don't think that is the case this time," said Stine. "Buying of Treasuries won't go away when the Fed stops raising rates. The long-end going down just reflects demand for long-term bonds." Haven't we heard that before?TW "^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^It would not be the first time the impact of the Baby Boom impactedthe "historic norms" in the market. There should be an increase indemand for fixed-income investments over the coming decade(s) asthe "equity" -driven investors adjust to a greater proportion of bonds in their portfolios.To every thing there is a season.And every bubble has its day - or couple years.Howie52
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