You may or may not have heard, but 2 weeks ago, the USA Yield Curve inverted - which means that interest rates on short-term money are now higher than long-term money.
And it's kind of a big deal.
Well, like any indicator, it doesn't say anything for certain - but it certainly suggests many things. Mainly - that almost every time the yield curve inverts, a recession has followed 12-18 months later.
But nerdy mathematics formulae aside - what does it actually mean for your own financial future?
What can you do to prepare - and even prosper - in these challenging times?