Why You Should Worry About the Next Crypto Crash (Even if You Don’t Own Crypto)

With $1 trillion in market value, they are bound to be reverberations.
July 21, 2021
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INVESTING
With $1 trillion in market value, they are bound to be reverberations.
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MORTGAGES
Mortgage credit availability is at its lowest point since September 2020.

MORTGAGES
Some homeowners are making over $100,000 a year renting out their backyard pools.

INSURANCE
Curtis Ray promotes loans from the policy that are then reinvested back into it.
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