Originally Posted by JustDucky
Thanks for the reply, Haha. I'mdefinitely not interested in anything the site is trying to sell; only that the graphs point out stagnant periods of low return with the current period we are in beginning to look like market of the 60s. Perhaps I posted too early before reading up more on the subject. I will take a look at your recommended reading.
i always thought that we are repeating the 1970's or 1980's now. after the late 1960's high the market crashed and recovered and then crashed again. after the 2000 high we had a crash, a recovery and now what looks like to be another crash. i forgot but i think there was another credit problem in the 1970's that caused problems as well.
these credit problems pop up once a decade. seems no matter how fancy or expensive someone's degree or what kind of fancy computer models they can come up with based on math and physics only 5 people understand, after a few years the whole thing crashes and tens of billions of $$$ are lost