The Global Perspective: Can any market keep up with US equities?

It seems like no market can keep up with the juggernaut that is US equities. Over the last 15-years, US equities have compounded at almost 10% per year. Meanwhile, international and even emerging market returns pale in comparison – appreciating just 5.4% and 7% per annum (in USD), respectively. US stocks now make up 60% of the MSCI All Country World Index. Can this trend continue over the next 15 years?

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