Just being curious
One of the common finance wisdom states when the economy is booming, funds shift from bonds to stock market for better returns (surging stock market and rising yields in bond market). During a recession, the opposite occurs where money exits stock market to seek refuge in the bond market, further depressing the meager yields.
Thus I was curious to find out whether this relationship actually holds true over a long run. If so, will there be a relatively reliable yield to serve as an indicator to enter or exit the market? i.e. going into the stock market when bond yields drop below a certain threshold and exiting when yield surge beyond another value? Even before I look further, I already knew things shouldn’t be so simple, so its more for fun rather than a serious exercise to change my current investment strategy which already worked well …
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