The latest report published by investment consultancy Cashline envisions a bleak future, with the symptoms of the global economic crisis worsening in 2010.
The company bases its glum predictions on the ripple effects of the measures introduced by various governments and organizations such as encouraging further consumption through new loans.
The events of the past 10 months show that there are still active players on global markets willing to take a gamble, prompting stock indices upwards. Nonetheless there will not always be enough of them to sustain market corrections making the collapse inevitable in 2010 or 2011 the latest.
Accordingly, Cashline recommends selling off all investments in every category this year. (Napi Gazdaság)