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Corporate Bond Investors Face Losses

With historically low interest rates before the Corona Crises, corporate debt has skyrocketed.  According to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Nonfinancial Corporate Business Debt has eclipsed $6.5 TRILLION.  Low interest rates have given rise to “zombie corporations.”  A “zombie corporation” only generates enough revenue to service its own debt, and as a result, […]

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A Perfect Storm- The misperceived safety of fixed income markets and bond funds

Ben Bernanke’s recent statements that the end of the $85 billion per month spigot of cash that the Fed is contributing to the bond market is near, has sent bond and equity markets to some of their most volatile levels since the Credit Crisis.  Indeed, long term interest rates endured a 100 basis point increase […]

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