With all of this talk about bubbles about to pop etc, especially by some big name people a lot smarter than me (eg Michael Burry etc) I am thinking of moving all of my superannuation out of their current high growth index investment, to cash for the next 12-18 months.
The growth over the past year has already been phenomenal and I'm thinking even if I miss out on some extra growth if this all continues then if it pops before I reenter I could potentially be in a very good position to rebuy back into high growth index later on. Of course I don't profess to be able to time it that's why I think 12-18 months is probably wiser and reassess then.
I just can't help but feel something has to give - there is so much crazy (imo) money out there atm and it's like covid hasn't even been taken into account, the governments around the world just continually printing money to try and keep things afloat. It can't continue to go on forever surely.
Just wondering what other people's thoughts on this are please (of course I understand this is just other people's opinions and not to be taken and acted on as financial advice, do my own research / speak to a professional etc)