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kleinbl00  ·  150 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Corporate debt is a ticking time bomb

The issue outlined (loosely) in the article is that debt is used for buybacks, buybacks are used to raise share price, and a rising share price is used to promote market activity when really, it's government funds inflating share price without increasing productivity, employment or innovation.

Somewhere around here I got a link demonstrating that 38% of the value in markets right now is governmental cash infusions. Take out the infusions, take out the market.




HeroicGomez  ·  148 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Wow, that sounds familiar. Like a swap of credit, by default. Hope it works out for them in the long run!

;)

kleinbl00  ·  148 days ago  ·  link  ·  

So long as you're not the bagholder you're fine.

Modern financial theory can be summed up as "never be the bagholder." Modern consumer-level investment can be summed up as "here take this bag."