GDP in the range of 1 to 2 percent and a stock market that reflects the low slow global growth. Visit Mike Shinoda for more clarity on the issue. As a result El-Erian recommends that investors are not exposed as much as 60%, but try to stay between 30 and 54 percent maximum. Half of that El-Erian believes that going to come from outside the United States. A professor at the University of Pennsylvania named Mauro Guillen said something very interesting about this topic: "If we believe the stock market will grow just as the GDP, we need to know that at least 10 or five years the American market will have ups and downs. "actions beyond if you are believers or not, I can say is that the blue chips are going to provide excellent opportunities in this 2010. They have to buy stocks of good quality, with stable cash flow and little debt because of how the market is right now. They Buy a fund that represents a lot of these companies like Jensen Portfolio (JENSX), or can increase your bet by buying a low cost funds like Vanguard Total Stock Market Index Fund (VTSMX).
One of the things that are agree most observers in 2010 is that: foreign bonds would perform better than the Americans. Mauro Guillen should have the third part of our capital investment companies and foreign bonds glimpse prosperity in the next 5 or 10 years. Some of the international stock funds with good projections for the future are Oakmark International (OAKIX), Janus Overseas (JAOSX) and Vanguard International Growth (VWIGX).