The return of stocks vs bonds makes stocks too attractive in the long term, with yields dropping to negative everywhere, there's no other place for money to go, once US treasury bonds yield 0% after as well. For now, yield differential made UST attractive for foreigners, but that might change if rates drop further. Maybe we go back to QE?
For now, the logical thing to do seems to be buying quality names, low debt, high yield stocks, and own some $BTC.
Best of luck,
#VNM is an interesting one to keep an eye on, given Vietnam's fundamentals and the chart showing a huge reward to risk ratio in the quarterly timeframe.
Solar seems to be a good investment as well, both panels and a position in #FSLR probably (it came back over support after consolidating for a while after the last big rally).
Bond alternative stocks are most likely the safest places to look for positive yields.