Many investors who fled to safe-haven investments in the wake of stock-market uncertainty have become unwitting victims of government policies known as “financial repression.” This global environment of low yields and slow growth can hurt many asset classes and is unlikely to change anytime soon, which is why it may be prudent to take action.
Even as it shifts to its next phase, financial repression means a continued environment of low yields and slow but steady inflation that could last for some time to come. In this world, staying low-risk could mean the risk of missing your long-term goals.
This center will help you to understand what the next phase of financial repression means—and how to try to fight it.
Explore the slides below and the navigation above to learn more