With such negative economic prospects, heightened volatility, nervous stock markets, seemingly imploding commodity prices and socio-political upheaval, it may appear that it’s not worth investing right now. But that’s not necessarily the case. It just requires an approach suited to the prevailing situation.
In Part 2 of my thoughts on forecasts of financial crisis in 2016, I look at China and other potential factors which may shape the global economy this year.
There are so many factors that could affect the global economy in 2016, analysts could actually be right for the wrong reasons – and that could be disastrous.