Few investors are prepared for a slump in the economy and wounded investor psychology that can span twenty years or more.
In fact, some investors sell their stocks in disgust and buy bonds. Others obey the buy-and-hold religion and wonder why they’re not making any money.
Trouble is, when investors wait decades for results and only to discover they barely broke even, it’s too late to do anything about it.
In other words, when stock markets fail to perform, retirement plans fail to deliver. The result is bitter disappointment.
My goal is pretty simple: provide a convenient place to follow the lost decade we’re in right now, so investors can deal with it head on, save the day, and come out a hero.
My name is Peter Brock and this site is a hobby of mine. It’s a free site for information purposes only. The intent is to lay the facts on the table so investors can improve their investment strategy before it’s too late.
I also publish a sister site, Brock Value, dedicated to market valuation and my namesake metric, which is the most accurate I’ve found.