So, Bernie won't endorse Hillary (yet), The Donald is making friends, the UK doggedly sticking to its brexit vote, Italian banks in upheaval, China economy looking shaky (and largely reflected in the Shanghai stock exchange, which is looking like it wants to break downward). And we are in the crazy f-d up situation where a good job report number, means a good US economy, means actually bad for markets because it will encourage a rate lift. Wonder how much more of this markets can withstand ?
That's what you get if you pump trillions of $ into the US & EU market to prevent the economy to follow it's normal shake out route. Now we have this superficial unstable situation we need to deal with that could have dire consequences over a longer period.
tend to agree.been investing for decades now and I have never been so bearish as now.for me and at my age cash is me preferred investment for the time being.i cannot see any real growth and we appear to be stagnating .i have not totally cashed in but I have never had a higher cash component in my portfolio.while i cannot predict future all the signs are sideway or a drop.