Hardly anybody thinks they’ll take root, pointing to their blah record overseas. Not so fast.
This top-heavy bull market, led by a handful of tech leviathans, could unexpectedly get a lot cheaper. Here’s how.
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Investments in them could end up in Davy Jones’ locker if the ocean swallows the coastlines.
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Unlikely. Here’s why, despite all that federal money sloshing around in the system, price rises should stay tame.
A number of strategies to navigate this new chaotic terrain fall short, but others come out OK if you don’t want to beat the market.
A more united EU, an end to too-expensive FAANG expansion, and lower prices should boost the continent’s returns.
If the health hazards are resolved, look for a reverse exodus. That’ll benefit battered office REITs.
MBS, which got flattened in March, are on the mend, but some warning signs linger. Like, what if the recession caves the housing market?
Some bonds may be beyond hope, and once the central bank’s backstop ends, there goes the artificial price support.