Why stock market investing today is like flying in the 1950s

//Why stock market investing today is like flying in the 1950s

Why stock market investing today is like flying in the 1950s

Most stock markets indices don’t want to go down. For a Hong Kong dollar investor, Mumbai is up 111 per cent since the Covid-19 low, the S&P 500 is up 103 per cent, Europe 89 per cent, and Tokyo 73 per cent.But, as they say in football, it has been a game of two halves. The Shanghai and Hong Kong stock markets have seen a relatively derisory rise of 45 and 22 per cent respectively, making them among the few markets not to exceed their pre-Covid-19 highs.The bold moves elsewhere are driven by a…

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