On Tuesday the yield curve between the two-year Treasury and five-year Treasury inverted. Some investors are worried as the inverted yield curve is usually a sign of a recession. The big Treasury-rate inversion, between the two-year and 10-year, hasn’t happened yet, but it seems close and definitely will have an impact on US economy. Read a whole article about the yield inversion on CNBC.

Concerned about inverted yield curve? No. This is part of the regular business cycle. Encourages everyone to read Warren Buffet’s letter to shareholders this year, which details how many times his net worth went down and then recovered. Just ride it out. It’s always about doing your research, finding value, and stepping in when the world looks terrible.

We’ve seen countries whose yield curve didn’t invert, and they have still gone in a recession. This is just another part of the regular business cycle