In the past, low defaults rates usually signal that it’s a good time to invest in post-distress companies, and while that’s still probably true, it’s more important than ever for investors to carefully consider the risks before making such a move,” says George Schultze. This month, he shares his insights in Forbes on inflation, looking at the housing market, government spending, consumer savings and personal consumption
The investing game is changing. CEO George Schultze discusses meme stocks such as AMC, which almost went bankrupt and now has a market capitalization of $41 million, along with GameStop that can move the index in any given day. Read more about the evolving investing space in his Forbes article:
In CEO George Schultze’s recent Forbes blog post, he cautions investors to beware of post-COVID optimism with several asset bubbles in place right now. Read more of his thoughts on inflation here:
The amount of distressed debt has recently decreased drastically, but a drop in distressed debt does not mean opportunities for investors in distressed companies has dried up. Read more on George Schultze’s strategies to benefit from a global economy recovering from COVID distress in his latest Forbes blog:
George Schultze’s latest Forbes article looks at the frenetic activity around the heavily distressed GameStop and AMC stocks which indeed help to underscore that the remaining 2021 outlook looks more uncertain read more here:
This month, our Founder, George Schultze, writes about the continued distress companies will face until the economy is fully recovered on his latest Forbes blog.
To read more on this topic, read the full Forbes article here:
With the global pandemic continuing to impact markets globally, it’s hard to predict exactly what the future will bring for the overall oil business. But one thing for certain is that the business is not going to go away, at least not in the short term. More in George Schultze’s latest Forbes article read more here: