The start of a new year brings out the share market forecasters with their crystal balls.
But after what we experienced in 2020, you have to be really brave to make a short-term prediction about financial markets with any confidence.
With that in mind, how should we think about the future?
A starting point is to filter out the short-term noise and focus on the long term (returns).
2020 showed that while market volatility can be nerve-wracking, changing long-term investment strategies in response to short-term declines can prove more harmful than helpful.
So, having said all that, what are 10 predictions we CAN count on?
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