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Will the market boom end in 2025? Will the situation be worse than in 2008? Why are these questions asked?

Sagar Patel

By Sagar Patel

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Will the stock market disintegrate?

The year 2008 was a year in which the world witnessed a recession that it had probably seen before in the 1930s. Now, in 2025, an even worse scenario can be seen and the entire record stock market rise could collapse. This fact has been confirmed by the American economist.

The Indian stock market is currently at a record high. But most experts say the market is overvalued and there is a bubble in it. In such a situation, this bubble could burst in 2025. Recently, a scene of such devastation was seen on June 4, the day of the Lok Sabha election results. Around Rs 30 lakh crore investors were lost in the market. Since then, doubts about the rise of the stock market have arisen among investors.

Will there really be a crash in the stock market?

American economist Henry Dent said in an interview with a news channel that a big crash in the stock market could happen very soon. This could be worse than the 2008 financial crisis.

According to him, “the current market bubble has largely been created artificially.” This is slowly being built over the last 14 years. To this end, the economy has been repeatedly boosted and given many unprecedented incentives. Because of this, the market bubble has been forming for many years.

Henry Dent is one of the most widely read economists in the United States. Henry Dent is highly respected in America due to his unique method and analytical skills.

Quoting him, ET wrote in a news story that whenever a bubble forms in the stock market, it cannot be identified for 5 to 6 years. This time this bubble has become much longer and has been forming since 2008. Therefore, the collapse this time will be greater than that of 2008-09.

The market can collapse by 80%

In his assessment, Henry Dent has made predictions about the US stock markets at the moment, but these show the big picture of the world. He says the S&P 500 index may fall 80%. While on the Nasdaq this drop can reach up to 90 percent.

He says that to save the economy from the impact of Covid, most countries in the world, including the United States, have injected money into their economies. To achieve this, interest rates were kept at a very low level, but this only made the situation worse.

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

I am Sagar Patel, specializing in business news reporting. With a keen focus on economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments,

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