The IMF reckons (not that I have much faith in their prognostications) that we are in danger of another financial crash. Apart from the fact that the world increased its debt by 60% in the last 10 years, it hasn’t invested in productive parts of the economy.
Instead we’ve blown asset bubbles and concentrated wealth in fewer hands. We also need to worry about the strength of the US economy (those of us not in the US, that is). Yields on longer dated US treasuries are rising. If the Fed raises interest rates four times in the next year as projected they’ll be above 3%, compared to a project 0.2% for the Eurozone at the end of 2019. Who the hell’s gonna want to buy European bonds then?