4 Ways to Prepare for the Next 2008

The 2008 financial crash in the United States wiped out trillions in wealth and value, both among homeowners and investors. The problem with market collapses and other issues, as The Balance notes, is that crises happen quickly, are unpredictable, and imminent signs of failure are usually difficult to see. It is less a question of will another crash happen, and more a situation of when the next crash will happen.

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