We know that Bill has minimal exposure to US stocks, and that he has forgone the recent profits some short-term stock investors have pocketed, instead putting his faith in his long-term value investments in emerging markets. Bill firmly believes the US stock market is heading for a crash and that it could be the worst we’ve ever seen. According to Richard Duncan and John Hussman’s gloomy forecasts, those invested in the US stock market can expect minimal returns over the next 10 years. Jim Rickards predicts the effects will last at least 25 years. Are you invested in the US stock market? If so, do you have an exit strategy in place for when Bill’s predicted bust happens? And what strategies are you pursuing to minimize the impact on your portfolio?