The stock market has been producing huge returns for investors in recent years, and it seems like it could go on forever. When things are going so well, it can be hard to see any correction coming. The markets have always had their ups and downs, so is it possible to know when the markets will take a downturn?
Ian Wyatt has looked at the history of the markets to find the factors that might lead to a negative correction or crash. What has caught his eye is debt. Not just consumer debt, but also corporate debt, and even government debt. All of them have been increasing in the last decade, so that could mean an uncertain future in the stock market.
In this episode, host Ian Wyatt is once again joined by Dr. Jeremy Weisz to talk about the biggest threat to the stock market in 2020.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- [1:27] The Daily Profit Newsletter
- [1:59] The effect of debt on the stock market
- [5:05] The government has increased spending by both parties
- [6:21] Corporate debt is a concern
- [12:05] Companies are buying their own stock
- [15:34] What Ian looks for in companies
- [22:48] Ian’s forecast for the coming year
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