At what point does the NIL, during an economic downturn, become over saturated?


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      Ute Dub
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      @chestercopperpot

      The U.S. treasury yield curve inverted this week (went negative / downward) and I think we’re in for “some” pain, especially for certain markets. Curious how this will affect, if any, the NIL craziness. I assume somewhat of a slow down will occur just as the NIL is getting going at Utah. I think the politicians will get it fixed, haha, just kidding.    

      https://cdn.corporatefinanceinstitute.com/assets/normal-vs-inverted-yield-curve.png

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      belli1976
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      @belli1976

      The yield curve that has material economic meaning is currently steeper than what is was 6 months ago.

      Plus the wealthy individuals that provide NIL, could give two sh!ts about the yield curve when talking about $1,000,000 or $500,000

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        Ute Dub
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        @chestercopperpot

        Exactly, so the rich will get richer in this scenario and it will be tougher to compete for the smaller schools. 

        • #168884
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          belli1976
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          @belli1976

          Mmmm the rich give large sums of money, likely to a kid that comes from middle to lower class economic class.

          Some people can never be happy.

          • #168885
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            Ute Dub
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            @chestercopperpot

            Do you get that I mean schools like USC will be able to give more than schools like Utah?

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              belli1976
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              @belli1976

              Do get that is not how economics work right?

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      GameForAnyFuss
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      @gameforanyfuss

      College football is recession-proof. Economic conditions won’t mean dick when it comes to NIL deals.

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