One thing that drives me crazy is how people are so centered on U.S. markets, the S&P 500 and other major U.S. averages.
Just because the market has gone nowhere in 10 years doesn’t mean there aren’t opportunities. You just have to worker harder in a secular bear market.
In a bull market, everything goes up. From 1982 to 2000, all about you had to do is be a stocked listed on the Nasdaq and your price went up thirtyfold.
However, in a bear market, only the strongest survive.
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Despite this, many stocks have done very well. Tech stocks like Amazon and Apple worked their way ahead of the curve and have thrived. Also, in recent years exporters and multinationals such as McDonald’s have had huge runs as the dollar has dropped.
You must position yourself for the proper trends.
In addition, despite the doldrums in the United States, there are still long-term secular booms in sectors like gold and oil and gas and in places like India, Vietnam, South Korea, Brazil and China. And even Japan is showing signs of making a long-term bottom. There have been huge gains in these markets.
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In addition, there are hundreds of small-cap stocks in these markets trading at single-digit price-to-earnings levels and paying near double-digit dividends. Also, if you are looking at opportunities in the bond market, many of these countries (unlike the United States and Europe) are paying real interest rates above the rate of inflation.
There are plenty of opportunities in the world. You just have to work hard and look for them.
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