John Rubino is back… CLO (collateralized loan obligation) markets starting to tank. Market for risky corporate debt is softening and turning to real junk. Even the WSJ ran a story about people going even further into debt. There’s ever more underwater car loans because of negative equity in the consumer’s current auto. By rolling over the balance into a new loan, they’re effectively paying interest on interest. How can all of this end well for the country or the consumer?