Steepeners – Did You Lose Money in This Risky Investment? | Goodman & Nekvasil P.A. May Recover Investor Losses
A steepener is a type of complex, structured investment product. Essentially, a steepener is an interest rate swap. With a steepener trade, one party (investor) agrees to pay a counterparty a fixed rate in exchange for a floating rate.
Essenially, the investor is making a bet on the shape of the yield curve. If there is a large difference between long-term interest rates and short-term interest rates, there is a very “steep” yield curve.
An investor who bet on a steepening curve would benefit if this difference continues to grow. In contrast, when there are relatively small differences between long-term interest rates and short-term interest rates, there is a “flat” curve. An investor who bet on a steepening curve would likely suffer losses if the difference between the rates starts to shrink.
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