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$10 trillion in corporate debt has become a ticking time bomb for the next credit crisis — but one group of stocks is best positioned to escape it
  • Investors are closely watching the credit market for signs of strain, especially as a growing share of debt is amassed by companies with the weakest ratings. 
  • Higher interest rates have put many of these companies at risk of defaulting on their debt.
  • Lindsey Bell, an investment strategist at CFRA, has identified a clear group of losers — and winners — in the stock market if there's another credit-induced crisis. 

Full "The Business Insider: The Money Game" article

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