60-Plus Delinquencies is something you don’t want to know the definition of :-). It’s used to describe a loan in default of 60 to 90-Days. On the flip side, it’s a good measure of a lender ability to collect payment. If a lender has a bunch of 60-Plus Delinquencies on their books, you may want to avoid buying that lenders stock.
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