Is This The Shape Of A Treasury Bubble?

Our friend Vincent Fernando posts a chart of US treasury yields going back to 1962. He notes that the ever increasing appetite for US debt doesn’t exactly look like the profile of a country with a history of inflating and debt spending.

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We thought it’d be fun, though to flip the chart over 180 degrees, cause whoa, that looks a lot like a peaking bubble, no?

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