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In its twice-a-year Global Financial Stability Report released earlier this week (April 19, 2017), the International Monetary Fund warns that the ability of companies to cover interest payments, by one measure, is at its weakest since the 2008 financial crisis. Historically, the scenario of large debt accumulations, combined with rising interest rates, rarely ends up well. Investors should be paying close attention to these red flags. Read more at the link.

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Investing in stocks can be brutal. According to research, the S&P 500 lost at least 10% from a previous high every two-and-a-half years on average, and at least 20% every six. A 30% loss happened every 13. It has fallen 50% from a peak three times since 1954. None of these declines were, or could have been, anticipated with any kind of precision, and they certainly do not come at regular intervals. Read our full report at the link below.

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Thanks to +Herald-Tribune Media Group for sharing news of +Path Financial LLC's newly named Vice President, Oxana Saunders in today's Business Weekly pages. 
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My op/ed in today's +Herald-Tribune Media Group discussing the importance of the #fiduciaryrule. 

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Thrilled to announce Path Financial's new vice president Oxana Saunders. #NASAASeries66 #InvestmentAdvisor 

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After 8+ years of monetary stimulus, the Fed has gotten the results it wanted - low unemployment and no risk of deflation. Now they have to change course to prevent overheating. One constant is how monetary and fiscal policies are always at odds. When the Fed was easing, congress was on a mission to cut spending; now that the fed is tightening, the new administration is promising big spending. 

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Path Financial president Raul Elizalde's latest insights into the economy on #Investopedia. 

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The earnings-to-net-debt ratio for S&P 500 corporations – a key measure of borrowers’ ability to reduce their debt levels – is at its lowest level in at least a decade. Read Path's latest report below on what a mountain of debt may mean for our economy.

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Path Financial president Raul Elizalde's latest column on +Investopedia on why and how investors should focus on managing risk instead of trying to beat the #market .
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