Tl;dr Western countries might have reached their peak on the stock market and could enter a new era of horizontal movement in their Indexes, just like some asian countries. What do you think?
I recently watched an interview with an ex Goldman Sachs manager, which I’ll link below, and I’d love to hear your thoughts on this. The idea that the stock market only goes up, according to him, is not true. Japan peaked in the 90s, Europe peaked in 2000, Taiwan and South Korea have been around the same levels for decades, and the US could just be the next to follow. This could disrupt investors’ long term strategies.
So if compound investing into Index Funds is not going to work anymore, what can we do?
Anyway, here’s the video, the part where he talks about crypto is 10:10 and the indexes is at the 13:56 mark. But it’s overall worth the watch