Investors Can’t Ignore Balance Sheets Forever

As economies reopen, revenues bounce and jobs return, many deferred payments will become due as well. Investors will soon recognize the risks of owning shares in companies that have borrowed heavily to tide themselves over. The debt burdens at companies with weak earnings fundamentals tend to squash shareholders over time. So investors should be wary of any uptick in risk aversion that could cause a stock to crash very quickly.

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Dan Amoss

Dan Amoss, CFA, tracks aggressive accounting and other red flags that markets miss. He’s a student of the Austrian School of economics and Daily Reckoning fan since 2000. Agora Financial relies on Dan for macro market commentary as well as profitable plays like his 2008 call to readers to buy Lehman Bros. puts, which...

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