There is a growing chorus of voices arguing that a financial bubble is emerging in the stock market, and that it will eventually crash.
The rise in debt.
The United States and Europe are running a global financial system that has been run up by the Federal Reserve and other central banks.
The central banks have taken the interest rate on their debt as a percentage of the economy to unprecedented levels.
And now the US economy is running at a record high.
A number of major US and European financial institutions have been on the verge of bankruptcy.
In the past, this has not been the case.
But now that the central banks are running out of money, that is changing.
The next few months will tell us whether the financial system can handle this stress.
But if the financial systems of the US and Europe collapse, the rest of the world could face the same thing.
This is a huge risk to the global economy.
But what should you do?
You should buy some stocks that are already up for sale.
Invest in these stocks.
Read this post and see what you think about the risks.
Here is what to do if you want to sell your stocks: You should also sell bonds or short a few shares of companies.
These stocks have been up and up for a while now.
But some are still going up, and some are not.
If you are in the market for bonds, then look for the best interest rates.
You should be looking at an average interest rate of 4.2%.
But you should also look at the rate at which the bond has been rising over time.
This means that if a bond is rising in value by about 25%, you should be willing to pay about 25% less.
So, if the rate is 4.3%, you can pay less for a bond that is trading at an 8.5% yield.
You can also consider holding cash, if you can.
Cash is cheap right now.
If the US Treasury yields rise by 20%, this means that you can save 20% of the value of the bonds that you have purchased.
If yields fall by 20% for the same bond, you can buy the bond for less.
This can be a good option if the yield on a bond falls dramatically, but it is also a risky option if you need to sell the bond.
And if the bond is up in value, you should sell the stock immediately.
And this will ensure that you get your money back in case the bond falls in value.
But it is better to wait a bit.
A lot of people have been investing in stocks for quite a while.
If they do not do this, they will have a huge hole to fall into.
They will be forced to buy stocks which have already fallen in value in the past.
But they are not going to be able to buy all the stocks, and the stocks are going to get bigger and bigger in value the longer the market holds.
And they will be able, in effect, to buy even more stock.
So the best option is to wait and see.
If this is the case, it will be very hard to sell stocks.
And there is a risk that you will end up with a huge pile of debt.
It is also possible that you could lose your job, because you have a large pile of bad debt.
If so, you will have to make tough choices.
You may end up paying more interest on your debt than you were able to pay in the first place.
And you may end in a financial nightmare, because the debt will be too big to repay.
If it does happen, it may not be your fault.
The Fed has already done this.
It has taken huge interest rates off of the mortgage market, which has had a huge impact on the US financial system.
And it is a mistake to buy up these bonds.
The US government has been paying down huge debts that are no longer in order.
And the US government is borrowing billions of dollars at a time when the economy is doing quite well.
But when the Fed buys up these government bonds at extremely low interest rates, it is making an enormous mistake.
They are making a huge mistake that will ultimately harm the US recovery.
The Federal Reserve has already taken huge amounts of money out of the markets.
And when the US gets a shock like this, it cannot be counted on to continue buying dollars.
It will probably do this because it knows that the economy cannot get back to normal any time soon.
The bond markets will continue to grow.
The government will continue borrowing.
But the US will have less money in the economy, and this will make it more difficult for it to get the money it needs.
But at least it will continue paying interest on its debt.
So if you think you can afford to wait, then you may want to hold on to some stocks.
They may still be profitable, but they are likely to be priced much higher than they would have been if you sold the