Markets are crashing and it seems like a recession is imminent.

But if you are long term passive investors, like us, who invest in multiple capitalist economies around the world.

You can take comfort in the fact that “markets always rise” and this is just another economic cycle.

After all, if major world indexes don’t recover, then you’ll have bigger problems to worry about, amirite?

Absolutely.

Now, let’s look at one of the most world’s most well-known indexes, America’s S&P 500.

March’s dip looks like an absolute disaster when you compare it to January.

It looks even scarier when you look at the past year.

But if you look at it from a five-year view, it’s just another dip in a long and ongoing series of dips (read: part of life):

And if you contextualise the recent dip in the entire history of the S&P500, it’s just