The financial crisis that tanked global stock markets and sent unemployment surging began more than five years ago. But we're still very much healing. Stock prices are still below pre-recession highs, unemployment is still far too high, and distrust of institutions is still prevalent.

What have we learned? What happens next? How do you invest in today's new world?

Last month I sat down with some of the world's greatest economists and investment minds to ask just that. Watch what they had to say in this exclusive video presentation from The Motley Fool:


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The article 2013 and Beyond: Investing After the Great Recession originally appeared on Fool.com.

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