“Inflation”, “inflation”, “inflation”, that’s all you hear. One question: why is the US Treasury 10 year bond yield only 1.6%? This indicates that aggregate demand in the world’s biggest economy isn’t going anywhere, anytime soon, which means inflation isn’t of concern to the giants of the markets: the bond traders. Here, Blue Chip Value discusses why interest rates aren’t going up any time soon and which stocks are the big beneficiaries. Get settled in.