The year 2018 begun with great investor optimism against the backdrop of a growing global economy. Yet the year ended in panic. The capitulation obviously occurred at the end of the year, with the window dressing transactions for December 31st. However, we know that markets often exaggerate and can change direction without warning. For example, cryptocurrencies haves gone in twelve months from "financial revolution" to "financial bust" with declines worse than those of "dot-com" after the Internet bubble of the year 2000. History repeats itself because human nature does not change. And if we look at a history of several decades, we can reasonably think that 2019 will be a very good year because of the excesses of 2018. This year, rates should remain low, growth should remain strong, although declining, and valuations are interesting slowdown or not. The huge amounts of uninvested cash will be one of the drivers for the rise in equities. But beware, the market will be volatile, on the downside as well as on the upside. Since the beginning of 2019, global indices have gained about 4% in just two weeks. Some clobbered shares in 2018 on the SMI in Switzerland already have risen more than 10% in 2019... This train will not wait for latecomers ...

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