In fact Jack Bogle of Vanguard fame suggests that returns on the S&P 500 over the coming decade are likely to only average 4% per annum partly as a result of elevated P/E ratios, but also likely due to the subdued rate of future earnings growth.
Emerging market exposure could be a source of significant growth that allows investors to overcome subdued returns from US stocks over the coming decade. While there are a few ways to go about investing in this space, a broad based indirect holding of a low cost index like VWO is my preferred way to play.
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