Everything at this point is on the table economically. Spin the crystal ball round and round. Economists and financial wizards are scratching their heads trying to figure out how far to the ground.  The amount of extra debt that America is taking on is going to put the country in a bad financial position. Also, sky high personal debt must be factored into the equation.

Depending on how long the coronavirus lasts, assets such as real estate values could experience a huge haircut. The stock market has been getting shredded, businesses told to close, employees losing their jobs, etc. The federal government will continue to print money and let it rain, but how long can the population, companies, and the individual cities and states last? Will federal, state, city, and corporate pensions be affected? It is still too soon to make projections, but if the pain continues for several months or more the financial situation could become very ugly.


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