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How Soaring Corporate Debt Could Lead to the Next Financial Crisis

Global corporate debt is swelling to absurd levels – almost $51 trillion. And it could rise to $75 trillion by 2020, according to a new report from Standard & Poor's Global Ratings.

And this debt, if not managed properly, could easily cause the next financial crisis...

Market Crash

Is This Market Rally a Sign the Next Stock Market Crash Is Coming?

Some investors are worried the markets' unwarranted surge to new record highs could lead to a stock market crash.

Here's what you should expect...

Market Crash

Here's How Much Cash You Should Hold Right Now

Cash isn't the most exciting or dramatic asset you can hold, but, aside from gold itself, there's not much that's more vital or versatile – especially right now.

Here's why…

First, if you have cash, you can buy those distressed assets that have to be sold by overleveraged owners when they're forced to sell. In this way, when things go wrong, you're a "liquidity provider," much like Warren Buffett who famously made some of the best, most favorable deals of his entire life in the crisis years of 2008 and 2009. Buffett pulled off this coup by being flush with cash when hardly anyone else was.

Cash also tends to hold its own against assets that are inflated by high levels of debt, like real estate and stocks are right now. It tends to depreciate against gold, but it will do much better than overpriced financial assets like stocks when the dam breaks.

And of course, if things finally get so bad that even CNBC or Barron's admit as much, you can use cash to buy items essential to survival, like food, water, and a complete set of "The X-Files" Blu-ray discs. 

So I want to show you an unbeatable cash strategy right now. You'll see how much cash to hold at any one time, and just as important, how to hold it; there's more to "cash" than pictures of dead presidents.

But in order to get all the advantages that a right-sized cash position offers, you have to understand why the dollar is strong and getting stronger...


There'll Be No Economic Recession This Election Year – Here's Which Candidate Will Benefit

There's almost no chance of an economic recession during this election cycle, according to one economic indicator.

And that will benefit one presidential candidate hugely before November....

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Industrial Average Today Slides as Brexit Concerns Rise

The Dow Jones Industrial Average today is falling after the post-Brexit rally starts to fade away.

Investors are still concerned about the long-term consequences of the Brexit results, and the pound is starting to slip against the dollar.

But that's not the only news you need to know for today- here's all the important stock market news to get you caught up for July 5...

Global Markets

Brexit: What Happens Next? [INFOGRAPHIC]

It's the trillion-dollar question on everyone's mind about Brexit: What happens next?

Here's an infographic outlining the lengthy negotiations ahead...

Market Crash

Protect Yourself from a 2016 Stock Market Crash Following Today's BOJ News

The Bank of Japan could be triggering a catalyst for a 2016 stock market crash.

The markets in America are already down, and there will be much worse trouble ahead.

Thankfully, there is a way to protect yourself. Found out more about the $1,300 investment to arm yourself with ahead of a complete and total financial breakdown across the globe...

Global Markets

If a Stock Market Crash Hits in June, Follow These 3 Tips

Some predicted a stock market crash is inevitable because of currency manipulation, the slowing of the Chinese economy, and volatile oil prices.

But an imminent stock market crash is much closer than you think. In fact, we could suffer an economic collapse in June 2016.

While some investors chose to ignore the warning signs or just hope for the best, we had to make sure our readers protected their investments with these three stock market crash strategies...

Wall Street

Here's the Size of the Scam the Fed and U.S. Companies Are Pulling on Us

Stocks have been on a tear. After looking weak in February, they've soared close to 13% in a matter of weeks.

So why does it all feel like a magic trick? Why isn't the market rally giving investors any solid feelings? Why is everyone so nervous?

I'll tell you what's going on, who's responsible, and what you need to do now. Let's get started...

Market Crash

Why This Rally Reminds Me of 2008

It seemed for a minute that reality would bring some semblance of market-pricing to U.S. and global markets, because it's much needed.

But then central banks stepped in… again. I knew they would.

No, I'm not surprised that, all around the world, central banks continue to manipulate market-moving pawns across a chess board. And by pawns I don't mean economies, I mean equity market prices for banks, bank debt, and sovereign debt.

What is surprising is how blatant central bankers are becoming about the manipulation.

Under these conditions, the market – let's call it the "Extend and Pretend Market" – has some big opportunities and some pitfalls for investors.

So let's have a look at what's in store...