The global economic landscape is shaky, and it's only getting worse.
We're seeing a significant amount of unrest in the world, which is leading to a lot of volatility in markets.
We're seeing Russia shut off gas pipelines to Europe, which has led to an energy crisis. We've also seen Russia continue its war with Ukraine. The U.K.'s inflation rate is also high, while Japan's Yen continues its downward trend. China's economy is taking a big hit due to the government's zero-covid policy, which has caused protests throughout the country. Many stocks are crashing around the world, and earnings are low for companies while salaries are high.