He is worried about the reality of more and more people living longer and longer lives (and how they will afford it). He believes the massive influx into index funds is a “serious error” and that the collapse of index funds is “only a question of when.” He sees stock picking as “a dying art” and stock (or fund) picking as a necessity. And he has some advice for investors right now – hoard cash, buy gold and sterling, and invest in this type of stock. For renowned British investor Jim Mellon’s take on the current investing environment, CLICK HERE.
Why This Renowned Investor Believes Index Funds Will Collapse – And What He Recommends Investors Do Instead
- by Bob Mitchell