1210sda wrote:"Clearly", I have a question. How do you get 8% Nominal GDP growth from 3.5% (Real?) Growth rate and 2.5% inflation?? Shouldn't that be 6% Nominal GDP, or am I reading this wrong??
Cut-Throat wrote:I am done trying to 'educate' you, because you apparently know everything while understanding nothing.
siamond wrote:This is a cool chart. Thanks for sharing. Where does it come from? Where can I find more background information about it?
Cut-Throat wrote:I agree; You don't see it.
Cut-Throat wrote:Don't be ridiculous!...Just plug in age 105.....You aren't going to live that long. There's a very good chance to won't live to age 90.
nisiprius wrote:In fact it was a good exercise in explaining why predictions may not be actionable even if they are correct.
rustymutt wrote:Inflation is more a concern to me, than reduced long term real returns.
HomerJ wrote:(1) No one can predict anything.
HomerJ wrote:(2) Even if they're right, the FOLLOWING ten years will probably give higher returns than normal.
Simplegift wrote:A low-return future implies lowered expectations from those of the past, which were all based on past historical data!
bertilak wrote:baw703916 wrote:If the market follows a random walk, why don't returns follow a normal distribution?
What distribution do they follow?
baw703916 wrote:If the market follows a random walk, why don't returns follow a normal distribution?