# Is jointly wss (wide sense stationary) a transitive relation?

I've been try to either prove or find a counter-example to the idea of jointly-wss being transitive.
In other words: does ($x$ and $y$ are jointly wss) $\wedge$ ($y$ and $z$ are jointly wss) imply that $x$ and $z$ are jointly wss?
Does $\forall t, \Delta t : C_x,_y(t, t+\Delta t)=C_x,_y(0, \Delta t) \ and \ C_y,_z(t, t+\Delta t)=C_y,_z(0, \Delta t)$ imply that $\forall t, \Delta t : C_x,_z(t, t+\Delta t)=C_x,_z(0, \Delta t)\$?
The simplest counter example I can think of (and it is certainly pathological) is $y(t)=0$ for any $x,z$ which are not jointly WSS.