With the US market’s exuberance seemingly getting more and more irrational, many are expecting an inevitable crash to end the 10-year bull run anytime from now to (some say) after the presidential election.
Regional markets had been affected by the trade war for much of the past year, and even have to worry over the US-Iran conflict now. While there have been some recovery, the markets here are nowhere near the giddy levels of the DOW, NASDAQ and S&P.
Should the crash finally happen over at the other side, I still expect a contagion effect for regional markets, wiping out whatever nascent recovery they have made in past few months. This may seem so unfair but is the course of reality.
What is everyone’s view on this? Perhaps can share your planned strategies (for those who have) should this inevitable scenario happen?