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24h Vol: $ 114.70 B
BTC Dominance: 60.58%

[ZEROHEDGE] Why Debt-To-Income Ratios Are Worse Than They Appear

Zero Hedge

Why Debt-To-Income Ratios Are Worse Than They Appear

Tyler Durden

Mon, 10/26/2020 – 10:55

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com,

I recently published an article discussing why “recessions” are a good thing by reverting debt buildups excesses during expansions. The argument against debt reversions is always the same in that “debt-to-income” ratios low. To wit:

“One reason (of many) we don’t need a debt reversion is that household debt service costs (interest etc.) as a % of household incomes are currently at a 40 year low.” – S. Porter

If you look at a chart, it certainly would seem that would be the case.

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