Manage episode 324730813 series 2798004
In this episode, The Annuity Man discussed:
- What does Inverted Annuity Yield Curve mean?
- An opportunity in current events
- Are A++ companies too big to fail?
- Annuities are not bonds
- An Inverted Annuity Yield Curve is when the two-year treasury rate is higher than the ten-year treasury rate. Typically when that happens, that’s a pre-determinant of a possible upcoming recession.
- The big carriers are popping to the top of the MYGA fees. A month ago, A++ carrier MYGA fees were way down the list, 50 or 75 basis points lower than the highest lead for that duration.
- The only scenario in which we will see A++ companies failing is if the world goes into apocalypse-esque or anarchic conditions.
- Annuities are not bonds! The only product comparison between bonds and annuities is in Multi-Year Guaranteed Annuities or MYGAs because they both have a guaranteed coupon.
"Where these A++ companies are being competitive is at the three-year and five-year level - oh my goodness, pound the table, take a look, don’t hesitate!" — Stan the Annuity Man.
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