Deutsche Bank Declares In Big Letters: 'STUDENT LOANS NOT A PROBLEM'

Tuition inflation combined with rising college enrollment rates and a challenging jobs market has some people worried that student loans are in a bubble that will burst and break the financial system.

Deutsche Bank’s Torsten Slok is convinced that the fears may be overblown.  His two points: 1) few people actually have a heavy student loan balance, and 2) total student debt is tiny relative to house hold net worth.

Here are Slok’s charts demonstrating this:

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