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These 7 "Debt Bomb" Companies Are Set to Explode When Rates Rise

Corporate debt bombs – companies that have over-borrowed because of historically low interest rates – will be at a much greater risk of exploding when the Federal Reserve starts raising interest rates over the next couple of years.

These companies were OK as long as rates stayed low, but now the Fed is telegraphing its intent to raise rates to 1% next year and 2% in 2018.

And those Fed rate hikes will light the fuse on these seven corporate debt bombs...


TSLA Stock Is a Strong Buy for This Type of Investor in 2016

The TSLA stock price is up 22% in the last 12 months, and there is a lot of excitement around the company's Model 3 vehicle unveiling.

We think this is going to be a huge catalyst for revenue growth, and CEO Elon Musk is ushering in a game-changing vehicle that will disrupt the auto industry as we know it.

But just because we're bullish on Tesla stock doesn't mean it will fit your individual investing goals. Here's exactly the type of investor who should grab TSLA stock now...


Why the TSLA Stock Price Dropped 7% Today

The TSLA stock price is down 7% today (Monday) in intraday trading because Tesla missed vehicle delivery expectations in 2015.

Tesla reported over 50,000 vehicle deliveries, falling short of CEO Elon Musk's expectations of 55,000, which he projected at the beginning of 2015.

Wall Street is focusing on the missed deliveries and driving down the TSLA stock price today, but we predict TSLA will head higher in 2016. Here's why...