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This month, Jason Weaver discusses flattening yield curve, dividends and earnings.



Flattening Yield Curve

Happens when ST and LT bonds of the same credit quality see no discernible change in rates

Typically, an indication that investors are worried about the macroeconomic outlook

Aggressive FED has caused most recent flattening




Dividend paying stocks act as a good hedge to inflation

Real return in the short term

Stocks that were tilted toward value or dividends did the best job at mitigating downside for Q1 2022



Earnings in 2022 are expected to be 9-10% higher than 2021

SPX Revenue Growth 9.3%

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