Why I’m not worried about the stock market crash

We are not living in 1929. It is important to remember that when we see the stock market crash and our personal net worth is taking a big hit.

While this has certainly happened, it is important to remember that the stock market is not an economy. We are not on the brink of the next Great Depression. Instead, we have a market plagued by rising inflation (ie, higher commodity prices) that is struggling with supply chain problems caused by an unprecedented global epidemic.

Yes, basic necessities like food and shelter as well as many basic necessities like cars and gas are very expensive. But, while inflation has been real, it is not the whole story of the US economy.


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