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4 Things Investors Need to Know About the Debt Ceiling Crisis: Part 2 By StockNews


© Reuters. Four Things Investors Should Know about the Debt Ceiling Crisis Part 2

The Part 2 article today features the SPY. It reveals the “4 Things Investors Should Know about the Debt Ceiling Crisis”. For more details, continue reading. Part one covered why the debt limit is not a big deal. But this time, it might. Economists and analysts believe that the debt ceiling poses the greatest risk to the stock markets.

Let’s now look at two important facts regarding the debt ceiling. Why it may trigger a market crash in December 2018, and how to avoid making a loss.

Fact 3: How This Can Trigger Another Great Depression
US Treasuries have not been defaulted upon their debts, and this is the reason why US Treasurys are so popular as the “most risk-free” asset. The risk-free nature US bonds has been a cornerstone of much of the world’s economy since the 1940s. In the second half alone of October, we will have $80 Billion in obligations.

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.