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Stock Market Crash Coming in December

The effective yield of U.S. corporate bonds rated CCC or below has exploded in recent months to 15.24%, up from a record low set in June 2014 of 7.91% – an increase of 92.67%.

After the last two times that U.S. corporate bonds rated CCC or below saw their effective yield rise by over 90% from a major 5-10 year low – the S&P 500 began to crash during the following month, ultimately losing over 46% of its value both times.

In September 2008, the effective yield of U.S. corporate bonds rated CCC or below exploded to 17.27%, up from a May 2007 low of 9.05% – an increase of 90.8%. Over the following 6 months, the S&P 500 lost over 46% of its value.

In September 2000, the effective yield of U.S. corporate bonds rated CCC or below exploded to 22.34%, up from an October 1997 low of 11.59% – an increase of 92.8%. Over the following 24 months, the S&P 500 lost over 46% of its value.

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