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Vanguard recently published a forecast with projections for returns for domestic and international stocks and bonds over the next decade.
“The chances of a recession by the end of 2020 are mounting. And the prospects for the American stock market in the next decade have worsened appreciably,” writes Jeff Sommer in the New York Times. That’s a fun paragraph to read.
Vanguard would never make predictions about actual returns, but suggests it’s highly likely the US will have a recession by the end of the decade.
More interestingly, in my opinion, are the projections for securities.
Vanguard projects that US (domestic) stocks will return 3.9 percent annualized over the next ten years. Continue reading “Investing through the Next Decade”