The signs and numbers are already lining up.
Santander, top subprime auto lender, verified income on only 8% of loans: Moody’s
Up 7,000% in two months, then it crashes.
It’s always associated with a recession: last time, the Financial Crisis.
With a history of tripping the markets, Cisco expects sharp drop in revenues
What the slow crash of classic cars says about the future of other asset classes.
Up 10,000% in 16 months? These charts truly depict our crazy times.
In the land of NIRP refugees and “Reverse Yankees,” who will get crushed?
“The new 1%” gained $260 billion since March 1, the 99% lost $260 billion.
The economy depends on them, but they’re cracking.