We are in the era of gargantuan, almost inconceivable debt figures. We hear them all the time on the news. $16T in Federal debt, $100T in unfunded Federal liabilities and $7.77T in Federal Reserve funded bank bailouts in 2008. $600T in total global counterparty derivatives exposure, and that's just the low estimate. These are all mainstream media sources, not tinfoil hat sites.
Obviously these numbers are too big to synthesize any meaningful investment advice from them, so I'd like to set them aside and deal with a much smaller, though still gargantuan number we've all been hearing about as well. That is the over $1 trillion student loan debt hovering over millions of college students and graduates.
Let's see how...
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