If long-term fall below its recent lows in a significant way, it should confirm an important change in trend for long-term yields.  Of course, we have shown how a big change in trend for yields during a bear market (especially ones that included a recession) is actually a negative development, not a positive one, for stocks.  Thus, investors should be very careful about what they wish for.

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