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A Credit Market Gets Massacred: 3-2-1 POP! Goes the CoCo

As 2020 began, the convertible bonds called CoCos were one of the best-performing fixed-income assets. Yet we warned subscribers that this asset was about to "collapse." Now see the jaw-dropping chart that shows what followed.

"It is best to read the full explanations in Conquer the Crash. Prechter adroitly identifies the negative unintended consequences associated with Federal Reserve open market interventions and federal government fiscal stimulus – both of which are now the rage for solving the current economic crisis. Specifically, in Part II (The Case for Deflation), he explains why deflation is the likely immediate outcome (Chapter 7) and why the Federal Reserve will not be able to stop the deflation (Chapter 10). Then, in Part III, Prechter recommends several assets with the greatest potential for protecting your wealth during the coming brutal deflationary depression. This thought-provoking book is a must-read, if you have not already done so."
— Steve Puetz, Universal Cycle Theory