Thursday , 22 February 2018

Debt & Deficits

Claim That There’s A U.S. Student Loan Crisis Is A Lie! Here’s Why


There is a consensus in the investment markets today believing that student debt is a major credit problem rivaling other credit problems that were disastrous over the last 30 years... This article seeks to explain the lies, damned lies and the statistics surrounding the student debt myth in the United States.

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Is QE 4 Coming? Here Are 4 Reasons Why I Ask


It’s widely expected that at the end of this month, the Federal Reserve will end its third round of quantitative easing (that began in September of 2012)...[but] is there another round of QE coming? Here’s why I ask:

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Crushing Debt Cannot – & Will Not – Be Repaid! Here’s Why


The central bankers of the world have painted themselves into corner. Growing mountain of debt makes it harder for economies to grow at higher interest rates, hence forcing central banks into a downward spiral of record low rates and monetary stimulus that simply encourages more borrowing and worsening the underlying problem - what the BIS calls "a debt trap"

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Resurgence of Subprime Auto Debt Spells T-R-O-U-B-L-E


During the credit crisis, one of the problems that occurred was that too many loans were being made to people that had no ability of paying their debt back. We see this trend in full stride once again in the auto industry. Subprime auto lending is back in a big way. Why is this happening? What are its repercussions? This article explains.

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