There are two main reasons for this, in my eyes. As the global economy continues to be strong, with the united states in the lead, but we also have low interest rates, which makes it an attractive place to invest in the stock market.
Scrooge's Bornold, sparekonom at Söderberg & Partners, Photo: Lars Schröder/TT
The low interest rate environment as the burning of the stock exchange. We are currently experiencing a slowdown but not a recession, which means that it will be a good middle ground for a stock market, because the players are trying to find a way to stimulate the economy.
This is mainly because the investors expect that governments are going to stimulate the economy in order to get the growth rate of the economy is aggravated as a result of the coronavirus. Also, the räntefallet in the united states is an important factor to make it look good. In addition, progress has been made in both the trade wars between the united states and China, and in the brexitfrågan, which has made investors more optimistic about the future.
Scrooge's Bornold: the Stock market is a drama queen. Even though the national average has been strong in the past decade, there have been sharp price rises and falls. We will, of course, have to have downturns, although, in the future, however, there is a likelihood that the stock will continue to be strong over the next 3-5 years at least.
Leigh Bratt, sparekonom in Nairobi:
Leigh Bratt: it's Because we're all the time able to coronavirus to be a short-term problem. The stock market is not taking the height of the sheet brushed the clouds, so in that case, there may be a correction in the stock market. However, in the long-term, they remain underlying factors for that, it looks quite good for the future of the stock market.
the Peter Awards: the Rise may well continue, at least for the summer. If this happens, the bad things, the exchange of the hands, rarely in the spring, clean seasonally, so will the stock market continue to rise, at least for a little while. However, the exchanges are highly valued now, so if it happens, teach it to be noticeable.
Scrooge's Bornold: It depends. In particular, you need to think about when you are going to spend your money, and there is a time frame in which you as an individual have to decide for yourself. Over time, the stock market has a much better return on investment than the alternatives. However, the key to achieving a high rate of return is the right to risk. The decade was great for the stock market, which can make your aktiedel in the savings rate is very high. Is it too high, now is the time to sell is now, and to smooth out the path between interest rates and stocks.
Leigh Bratt: It's a difficult question to answer. You will save in the long term, and being prepared for temporary setbacks, you don't necessarily have to sell. However, if you are going to have the money in the short term, it is a viable option. It is also important to keep an eye on the functioning of the different sectors on the stock exchange before you make a decision.
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the Peter Awards: If you have been thinking about selling, it may be time to take a step in the right direction. My suggestion, then, is that you selling 10 to 20 percent of its shares. In this way, it still is a great deal if the stock market continues to rise, while they could continue to sell if it goes down. However, if you don't have any reason not to do it, you should leave it alone.
Scrooge's Bornold: First, a major external event to be able to make it. Coronavirus is an example of this, although I don't think it's powerful enough to make a big impact. The tougher it would be if it comes to the statistics on the economic activity continues to decline. At the present time, it is believed that the stock market is on an upward trend, but if there will be figures for the other can in the stock market to fall.
Leigh Bratt: If the economy is subjected to any considerable disturbance, and go into a period of recession. or, if the negotiations between the united states and China breaks down. If interest rates increase, which right now is unlikely, for it is also in the stock market.
Peter's Awards, It would be an event of great importance which have a significant impact. For example, the price of oil is rising, and the governments of the industrialised countries are beginning to invest from the state budget. The united states has already done this, but if the Eurozone begins to invest, the inflation to take off. Then, the central bank may have to change its interest rate policy, which could lead to a tough period for the stock market.<