Decline in Defaults Doesn’t Mean We’re Back to Normal

Basement of a bank full of banknotes, at the time of the Mark devaluation, during the economic crisis, Weimar Republic (Germany), 1923. (Photo by Albert Harlingue/Roger Viollet via Getty Images)

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

Forbes 7.13.21

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