Will Nazgovitz, who runs $ 1.3 billion assets as chief executive officer of Heartland Advisors, does not call for a "full-scale financial crisis," but with the trillions of corporate debts that will arise in the coming years, the industry also does not predict the industry. smooth swimming in the stock market.
"With low interest rates, the economy with strong and relatively easy lending standards, the thinking was that borrowing into stock or buying finance is a low-risk strategy," explained Nazzigyts in a recent report.  Read: Burns Sanders is being shot by former Goldman boss Sachs Lloyd Blankfeyen over "making it very rich even richer"
This table is to illustrate its position:
As you can see, about $ 3.3 trillion – or 48% of all current outstanding commercial debts – falls to 2023. Time can be problematic. so that the market is digested in better scenarios, not to mention this late in economic expansion, "- wrote Nasgovits. "Adding to our sense of caution is an early indication that lending standards have begun to increase for commercial and industrial borrowers."
"Although we do not see signs of a full-scale financial crisis on the horizon now," he concluded, "we believe that over-indebtedness adds unnecessary challenges to companies altogether and is likely to be a consequence of the wind
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Not much fear on the market on Wednesday, with Dow
DJIA, + 0.20%
and S & P 500
SPX, + 0.13%
both moved slightly higher.