Author Topic: International Index Funds - get rid of them entirely?  (Read 18710 times)

Cyaphas

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Re: International Index Funds - get rid of them entirely?
« Reply #50 on: April 08, 2016, 05:01:50 PM »
I would personally stick to Domestic funds only. The moment war breaks out, the international funds are shot.
So I should not invest in the US in case "war breaks out"?

It seems like the US would be extra risky because we probably either started or will end up fighting the war. It's definitely more likely than some other developed nation being involved to such a degree that their stock markets tank.



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I'm sorry. I was distracted and put up the wrong chart.