The number of new business startups has increased during the current recession, with many entrepreneurs taking advantage of the economic downturn to launch their own ventures. This trend is driven by a combination of factors, including the availability of low-cost resources and a shift towards remote work. However, the success of these new businesses remains uncertain as the economy continues to struggle.


The traditionally reliable indicator of an impending recession, the inverted Treasury yield curve, has started to un-invert, causing some relief among investors. However, according to one strategist, this seemingly positive development is not a true signal of economic growth, but rather a reflection of recent monetary policy decisions and market uncertainty. The Federal Reserve’s decision to cut interest rates and the ongoing trade tensions between the US and China have contributed to the current state of the yield curve. As uncertainty continues to loom, it is important for investors to closely monitor the situation and not become too complacent with the recent shift in the yield curve.

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Legendary investor Warren Buffett recently warned of a looming recession, predicting it could happen by the end of 2019. Buffett pointed to falling stock prices and a stagnant housing market as significant signs of a market downturn, urging caution and preparedness as we enter the second half of the year. He warned that the U.S. won’t be immune from recession and advised people to prepare for a potential economic decline. With one of the world’s most respected investors forecasting a recession, it’s a warning we should take seriously.

Bank of America analysts have assessed the current housing market and concluded that a crash, similar to the 2008 recession, is unlikely. Factors such as higher wages, job stability, and improved lending practices are thought to have contributed to a strong year-long performance of the housing market. The availability of creative loan options and low mortgage rates have done nothing to dampen the steady activity in the housing market. All in all, it seems that this market continues to defy expectations of a crash.

Blackrock CEO, Larry Fink, is warning investors that the world is currently at risk for an impending recession, due to an overload of fear and a lack of hope. He argues that in order to stimulate the economy and keep recessions at bay, governments and companies should focus on creating long-term growth plans and reliable sources of income that individuals can rely on with confidence. Investing in companies with a promising outlook and external investments in markets that will yield good returns are key in securing the future of not only the global economy, but the generations to come.