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This Is What Happens to Markets When You Print Trillions of Dollars

Everyone’s buying bankrupt companies and frauds. God help us.

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At the start of 2020, if anyone told you that Hertz, a 102-year-old car rental firm, was going to declare bankruptcy a few months later, you’d probably laugh them out of the room. Hertz was a ticking time bomb — holding over $14 billion in…




Digging deep inside these crazy markets

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