Jun 7, 2023
What if I told you the stock market does not always go up? Of course, everybody knows there will always be periods when the stock market goes down. And, of course, if you hold long enough, those stocks will recover. But that does not do you much good if you retired, let us say, in 1929, because it took 26 years before the stock market finally got back up to its previous all-time highs.
It’s very possible you might have already died by then. And extended periods with subpar returns are not isolated to the Great Depression.
Take the Japanese stock market, for example, which peaked in 1989 and has not recovered 34 years later. So, it is not helpful to say, “Just hold on to your stocks, and someday they will recover.
But is it even possible to know whether you are entering a period with subpar returns for potentially decades to come? And more importantly, how can you protect yourself even if you know that?
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