End of World Financial Scenario Likely a Ways Off
The economy and stock market fluctuate in a variety of style and duration of trends. Some of those trends are called super cycles that are partially caused by the printing of money, behavior of consumer and businesses, and inflation versus disinflation. The largest of known super cycles bottomed in 1932 following an -89% crash in the stock market. A similar event may occur in the 2040s, but current model-based assessment points to super cycles trending higher from the 2009 low and the 1932 bottom. A major super cycle peak is anticipated during the 2030s to early 2040s. The expectation then is for major corrections at times, but an overall net growth of the US and global economies that should be supportive to stock market indices.