Daily Archives: November 15, 2018

How Will We Know When the Everything Bubble Has Burst?

“How will we know when the Everything Bubble has burst?” I had just finished a presentation on The Everything Bubble at an investment conference in Montreal when this question was asked. My answer? “You need to watch the junior debt … Continue reading

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Junk Bonds Are Having Their Worst Year Since 2008…

“How will we know when the Everything Bubble has burst?” I had just finished a presentation on The Everything Bubble at an investment conference in Montreal when this question was asked. My answer? “You need to watch the junior debt … Continue reading

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The Bull Market in Debt is OVER

“How will we know when the Everything Bubble has burst?” I had just finished a presentation on The Everything Bubble at an investment conference in Montreal when this question was asked. My answer? “You need to watch the junior debt … Continue reading

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Warning: The Corporate Bond Market Is Starting to Blow Up

“How will we know when the Everything Bubble has burst?” I had just finished a presentation on The Everything Bubble at an investment conference in Montreal when this question was asked. My answer? “You need to watch the junior debt … Continue reading

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Warning, the Debt Bomb is No Longer Contained. It’s Officially “Early 2008”

“How will we know when the Everything Bubble has burst?” I had just finished a presentation on The Everything Bubble at an investment conference in Montreal when this question was asked. My answer? “You need to watch the junior debt … Continue reading

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