This is real now…
The coronavirus is a genuine concern for global markets.
Even with the number of cases steadily rising, markets looked remarkably bullish at the start of 2020.
And then all of this changed…
From a record high of 7,197.2 points on 20 February, the ASX 200 [XJO] has been falling…
Naturally, investors are concerned.
Will this be a short-lived stock market panic…followed by a quick recovery?
Or is it the start of something more worrying?
We will try to answer that question for you in a brand-new Money Morning Australia investment briefing called ‘The Coronavirus Portfolio’.
Download your copy today and Analyst Lachlann Tierney will set the story straight as to what’s happened so far. And he’ll offer some ideas about what’s likely to come next.
Then he’ll show you a two-pronged investment approach to help you deal with the financial implications of the coronavirus.
As you’ll see, this is not a time to panic.
Instead, this report shows you a way to CALMLY think about your money in the midst of the current crisis.
Markets are typically always motivated by one of two primal urges — fear or greed. Right now, fear is clearly dominating.
But this doesn’t mean you should seize up in fright…before dumping all your shares.
Rather, it means you need to think clearly about the companies and types of assets that could benefit in both the immediate future…and from whatever comes down the track.
Download your free copy of Lachlann’s report today and you’ll discover two key investment ‘asset groups’ that look set to benefit as the global pandemic escalates. They are:
- ‘Solution Stocks’. Ever heard of a company called Zoono Group Ltd [ASX:ZNO]? It once traded at 6.3 cents. At time of writing, its stocks are selling for more than $1.60. What does it do? It produces a number of market-leading, germ-killing products like hand and surface sanitisers. The problem here is that Zoono shares have burst out of the blocks already. But there’s another ASX-listed company in the same field, which is yet to run, according to Lachlann. This firm is seeking an all-important contract to bring its personal coronavirus testing kit to market. It’s just one example of a handful of stocks that could follow in Zoono’s footsteps by providing workable solutions to the outbreak…
- ‘Macro Buffers’. You’ll also learn about two longer-term investment options Lachlann believes will benefit as trust in governments to contain the crisis deteriorates. If coronavirus is the proverbial economic ‘Black Swan’ event unfolding here, there is one thing history teaches us: That is, the Federal Reserve, the ECB, the PBOC, and the RBA will try and step in to avert the crisis. If and when they do, there are two assets every investor should think about holding in their portfolio. You’ll learn what these ‘macro buffers’ are.
Look, if you’re watching the news wondering what this means for the capital you have either in the market or waiting on the sidelines…you need to download your copy of ‘The Coronavirus Portfolio’ report.
This is not about ‘profiting from crisis’. The fact is, markets are amoral and are moving regardless. It’s any responsible investor’s duty to learn what’s going on…and what to do for the best.
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