2022 has been one of the worst years for investment on record. Most asset classes performed poorly – stocks, bonds, and cryptocurrencies. Only energy benefited from the war in Ukraine and the disruption to oil and gas supplies around the world. Even so, crude oil prices are down almost 50% from their peak earlier in the year.
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