As the pandemic fades, and as business starts to recover, governments will tally up the amount they have spent and the interest they must pay. QE has helped by printing money and with surplus supply in the world and the productivity gains from international trade, inflation has been low. But when it ticks up so will interest rates. This will feed through to mortgages and borrowing and may be a welcome sight for savers.
My view is that the tech stocks have done well and are now due a pause in their rapid share price increase. Witness TESLA.
So we are looking to pivot towards Far East, China plus US and Europe but in the UK investing in companies that pay a dividend. Those old school companies.
As ever diversification and holding ( if you can) is the way to make profit in markets. Invest only what you can wait to get back ( e.g. 5 years).
As ever past performance is not necessarily a guide to the future and funds can fall as well as rise.