Investing in the Upside Down

"If we’re both going crazy, then we’ll go crazy together, right?" — Mike, Stranger Things

In today's world, it feels like we are all going crazy when you deal with the upside down world of negative interest rates. While negative rates haven't landed in the US yet, the 30-year Treasury rate fell below 2% for the first time ever. It is likely inevitable that we will have to deal with the situation in the not too distant future. So what is life like in the upside down?

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