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Category Archives: Corporate Debt

SHTFplan: The Economy Does Not Care Who Won The Midterm Elections

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was originally published by Brandon Smith at Alt-Market.com Over the past few weeks I received numerous requests from readers to publish my predictions on the outcome of the midterm elections, but I did not do so for a couple of reasons. First and foremost, I […]

SHTFplan: 10 Numbers That Prove That America’s Current Financial Condition Is A Horror Show

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This report was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse America’s long-term “balance sheet numbers” just continue to get progressively worse.  Unfortunately, since the stock market has been soaring and the GDP numbers look okay, most Americans assume that the U.S. economy is doing just […]

10 Numbers That Prove That America’s Current Financial Condition Is A Horror Show

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. America’s long-term “balance sheet numbers” just continue to get progressively worse.  Unfortunately, since the stock market has been soaring and the GDP numbers look okay, most Americans assume that the U.S. economy is doing just […]

SHTFplan: Bankrupt America: Bankruptcy Soars As The Country Grapples With An Unprecedented Debt Problem

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. This article was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse America, you officially have a debt problem, and I am not just talking about the national debt. Consumer bankruptcies are surging, corporate debt has doubled since the last financial crisis, state and local government debt […]

Bankrupt America: Bankruptcy Soars As The Country Grapples With An Unprecedented Debt Problem

via the economic collapse blog Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. America, you officially have a debt problem, and I am not just talking about the national debt.  Consumer bankruptcies are surging, corporate debt has doubled since the last financial crisis, state and local government debt […]

ALERT: “This Happened Prior To 6 Of The Last 7 Recessions”

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge “This less-followed indicator has a good enough relationship with recession risk during the last 50 years that it should not be ignored,” warned Jim Paulsen, Leuthold’s chief investment strategist, in a note to clients this week. Having warned last week that “it’s been too quiet, for […]

Leading Investor: The Next Financial Downturn Will Be Caused By Corporate Debt

The last recession in 2008 was spurred by excessive debt in the private sector, mostly in the housing market.  But this time, it’ll be worst and much more difficult, as the problem will be caused by corporate debt, according to several leading investors. The ensuing downturn could be immediate and sharp, once the bull market […]

The Fed Has Its Finger On The Button Of A Nuclear Debt Bomb

This article was originally published by Brandon Smith at Alt-Market.com I hear a lot of talk lately in the alternative media (and even the mainstream media) of the potential for World War III. The general assumption when one hears that term is that “nuclear conflict” is imminent. But a world war does not necessarily have […]

BofA: “2018 Is When Bond Investors Again Get Very Concerned About Fundamentals”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Aug 16, 2017 One week ago, we closed the book on the long-running debate whether gross (and net) leverage is the highest on record, when we showed a chart from Goldman according to which net debt/EBITDA for all companies (with or without energy) is the highest on record, surpassing the previous credit bubble peak by nearly […]

A Cloud Hangs Over the Oil Sector

acting-man.com / Pater Tenebrarum / May 10, 2017 Endangered Recovery As we noted in a recent corporate debt update on occasion of the troubles Neiman-Marcus finds itself in (see “Cracks in Ponzi Finance Land”), problems are set to emerge among high-yield borrowers in the US retail sector this year. This happens just as similar problems among low-rated borrowers […]