Will this do well in the next downturn where we just had an 'inverse yield curve' and long-term bond yields are super 'low'?
If the market tanks soon (6 months to 2 years) then where will 'safe havens' be?
Precious metals? Commodities etc?
What are some of your portfolio balances?
Supposedly Dalio says for 'falling' markets you should have Treasury Bonds and TIPS, but I don't have much in them. I also read that longer-term bonds like the ones in Vanguards BND will go down because of the 'inverse yield curve' and short-term bond rates going up while long-term bonds are lower.
Ray dalio has 40% in Long term bonds, but does that make sense right now when the long term bond yields are so low?
In 2008 crash he had long term bonds that did well probably because they had previous high rates like 5-8% probably??
What are your thoughts for the current environment where in?
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Right now i'm in all index funds:
- 40% US/ S&P etc (VTI vanguard indexes0
10% gold/silver (GLD, SIL)
20% foreign (vanguard ex US and some BLDRs index funds/ FXI)
10% bonds (BND vanguard)
All are in a Roth IRA
I also have a large amount that trumps all my stocks/bonds in real estate, small apartments and rentals.