Today's Weak Economy Will Prevent a Repeat of the 1994 Bond Market Massacre

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If you have owned mREITs over the past few months, I feel your pain. Even for world-class mREITs with top-quality managers -- American Capital Agency , Hatteras Financial , and Invesco Mortgage Capital -- the summer has been brutal. 

The turmoil of late in the bond market harkens back to the pain of 1994, the year of "The Great Bond Market Massacre." Well Fools, I'm here today to tell you that 2013 and 2014 will not be as bad as 1994 in the bond markets. To find out why, watch the video below.

The U.S. government has piled on more than $10 trillion of new debt since 2000. Annual deficits topped $1 trillion after the financial crisis. Millions of Americans have asked: What the heck is going on? The Motley Fool's new free report, "Everything You Need to Know About the National Debt," walks you through step-by-step explanations about how the government spends your money, where it gets tax revenue from, the future of spending, and what a $16 trillion debt means for our future. Click here to read the full report!

The article Today's Weak Economy Will Prevent a Repeat of the 1994 Bond Market Massacre originally appeared on Fool.com.

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