it really feels like every indicator anticipates a big meltdown correction sometime soon. Aside from Trump's ongoing trade wars and the Fed having to play weird tricks just to keep things afloat lately (and all sorts of other global indicators showing warning signs), we've also had a gloriously long bull run in the stock markets for about a hundred years in a row now, and that shit has to come down at some point. Is anyone even considering moving their shit somewhere safer? I have almost all my retirement savings in a pretty generic ETF mix (55% total domestic stock market, 25% international market, 20% aggregate bonds). I think the classic advice is to use something like this until you're close to retirement age and maybe start upping the bonds portion towards retirement, and otherwise don't touch anything. I can't help the feeling though that I should move at least some (or most) of this into some defensive fund or semi-stable place for like the next year. I mean yes, maybe the miraculous happens and 2019-2020 ends up being an amazing 25% bull run but that sure as shit seems incredibly unlikely, and even if I missed out on that, it's not a big deal to me. I think the only thing that has kept me from moving anything is general laziness and not even really knowing where I'd move money too. There are more defensive-minded ETFs (stuff that focuses on dividend stocks and stuff that people need to live like food and other staples). And there's always gold or cash. Not sure what other things ppl usually do if they think a correction/recession is imminent.