Found this interesting... U.S. credit card balances hit record $870B in December: Fed
U.S. credit card balances rose by $26B during the last quarter of 2018 to hit a record $870B as of December and "marks the first time credit card balances re-touched the 2008 nominal peak," according to a Federal Reserve report.
Almost 480M credit cards are in circulation, up by more than 100M since its trough after the 2008 recession.
Of those cards, about 37M accounts, holding ~$68B in debt, were 90+ days delinquent during the quarter, up about 2M from Q4 2017.
....About 37 million credit card accounts had a 90+ days delinquent mark added to their credit report last quarter, an increase of about two million from the fourth quarter of 2017....
not that bad, since the paper dollar has lost 20-50% of it's value since 2008
$43 of that 870 billion is mine .