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Toddo on TV: What's Next to Crack?

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Via Yahoo's Tech Ticker, Toddo tells us that we're now entering the second phase of the credit crisis. If the first phase affected homebuilders and big financial concerns, the second is going to hammer the "financials in drag": Companies like General Motors (GM), General Electric (GE) and Ford (F) will be hit. General Electric's difficulty in auctioning off its credit holdings is just one sign that we're now on the dark side of 0% financing, and the resulting socioeconomic malaise is sure to last at least 5 to 7 years. The solution? Toddo's three central tenets to battle the credit conundrum: Capital preservation, debt reduction, and solid financial intelligence - like Minyanville.

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