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High-yield bonds soaring: Could a crash be near?

Dear ,

The last few days have seen an explosion in issuances of high-yield (“junk”) bonds.

Here’s why you should be wary — and what you can do to take advantage of this situation.

In just the last few days, T-Mobile DOUBLED the amount of notes and loans it’s selling to $4 billion. Avago Technologies stepped into the fray and plans to market a loan to the tune of $7.5 billion.

Bloomberg reports this is “the second largest to be offered to investors in the past five years ...”

Many other companies are following suit. And why not?

Interest rates are low. Money is cheap. But what most investors chasing these high-yields forget is, at the end of the day, it’s all speculative debt.

And there are already signs the market is starting to come unglued. While a few companies are managing to dump new, lousy securities on hapless investors, many others are defaulting on previously issued high-risk bonds. For instance, energy defaults just hit the highest level since 1999, while an ETF that tracks junk bond prices just dropped to the lowest level since 2009.

So could this “last gasp” feeding-frenzy ... and all the defaults we’re seeing ... mean a stock market dump is near? The last time we saw a debt bubble of this magnitude was with mortgage-backed securities — and when it popped in 2007–2009, it took Wall Street down with it.

That’s why I think it’s critical you do two things:

  1. Protect yourself early and make sure you have a sizeable position in cash. The bubble could pop without any warning and you don’t want to get caught off guard.
  2. Get ready for some BIG profit opportunities when it all comes crashing down.

In fact, I’m already seeing dozens of great profit opportunities. That’s why I urge you to read the special briefing I’ve prepared for you.

In it, I explain why the bear market has returned ... and what you can do to take advantage of it.

Just click here to read it now.


Mike Larson
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