Many have begun to speculate that the sheer amount of debt is no longer something that can be swept under the rug. This is particularly evident with corporate debt at record highs and the surging defaults becoming more and more apparent. This can’t end well even though we are told the Fed will save the day. But I guess they really helped us out in 2008, right?
What is your opinion on corporate debt right now? A BIG or SMALL risk?
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