The volume of corporate debt hit an all-time high of $13.5 trillion at the end of 2019, but the overall quality of bonds fell below levels seen before the global financial crisis, according to a new OECD report.
I stumbled across this quote from USA Today dated Nov. 5th, 2019: Mike Piershale, president of Piershale Financial Group in Barrington, Illinois, manages portfolios for retirees and pre-retirees. Most of…
But there may be reason to expect any correction to be mitigated by a FED that wants to simply layoff the accelerator rather than apply the brakes. There have been periods when interest rates have climbed modestly yet stock markets continued to be relatively generous.
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