pjstack wrote:Maybe yes, maybe no, blah, blah, etc. (Repeat as necessary to write an article.)
No body knows.
I apologize for the flippant tone of my response (above).
I know that some people agonize over articles like the one referenced by the OP, and, really, who am I to make light of their anxiety?
I guess my only point (not stated in my flip reply) was that if you are in the business of writing articles that your editor will buy, you interview various experts/pundits and quote their opinions. Opinions are like bellybuttons: everybody has one.
After finally believing that "stay the course" is really the best way to go, now I just concentrate on whether my asset allocation (the "course") is OK for me and leave the pundits to fend for themselves.
Who knows? (Nobody.)