Consider a multivariate Gaussian-type measure $$d\lambda(x):=\nu_{\mu,\Sigma} e^{-\langle (x-\mu), \Sigma^{-1}(x-\mu) \rangle - \vert x \vert^2} $$

with vector $\mu \in \mathbb R^n$ and $\Sigma$ positive definite and $\nu_{\mu,\Sigma}$ a normalizing constant to turn $d\lambda$ into a probability measure.

Let $m$ be the vector-valued expectation value $m:=\int_{\mathbb R^n} x d\lambda(x).$

We then consider the expectation value for $X$ distributed according to the measure $\lambda:$

$$\mathbb E \left( \langle X-m, \Sigma^{-1} y \rangle^2 \langle X-m, \Sigma^{-1} \mu \rangle \right).$$

Question: Can we say anything about the sign of this expectation value for general vectors $y \in \mathbb R^n$?-From how I obtained this expression I conjecture that this expression is never strictly positive, but I cannot see it right away.