“We do think the coronavirus is most likely a recession-inducing virus, with its own unique characteristics and extra-scary headlines. But despite all the uncertainty and human suffering, the financial consequences are likely to resemble those of a moderate recession,” argues the author of today’s article, who examines the likely human impact (tragic) and economic impact (recession) of the virus – as well as how it affects investment strategies. For more, CLICK HERE.
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“There is a mania going on in the stock market, but not in the terms you would think,” declares the author of today’s article, who further explains that “The mania is not in terms of stock market gains. The mania is in stock market gurus almost unanimously saying that all is clear.” For more on this mania that the author sees taking place and what he believes investors should be watching – including the potential market impact of the deadly coronavirus, which has now reached the U.S. – CLICK HERE.