Futures Trading the Yield Curve Inversion

Jun 15, 2022

By The Small Exchange

Overview

Inflation fears and a hawkish Fed have the market for interest rate futures more volatile than it's been in years. Rates have shifted so much in recent trade that the US yield curve has actually gone inverted. Katie and Frank show you how to use Small Exchange futures to profit from a potential further inversion or a return to normal.

Don't just learn about yield curve inversions, but trade them with our experienced futures traders Katie and Frank.

Contents

0:05 Futures Trading the Yield Curve Inversion

0:40 This is What a Normal Yield Curve Looks Like

2:15 This is What the Current Yield Curve Looks Like

3:50 Some Rates are Climbing Faster than Others

4:25 The Yield Curve has Inverted

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