Singapore’s Sovereign Fund is expecting what the bond markets are already predicting

That would be at least a decade of slow growth. The article is attached. As I read this, I’m struck by how fortunate we are that we didn’t go to cash back when it seemed that cash was best. I’m interpreting this article as a prediction (and you know how well those work) that index funds won’t uniformly perform optimally. (That’s investment-speak for “They might lag.”). There will still be very attractive sectors, if we have the wisdom to see them and the courage to invest in them.

Read the article here.