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The impacts of the Coronavirus

The impacts of the Coronavirus The Coronavirus slows down the economic activity, which creates a movement of panic on the stock markets and its great volatility. The experts are lost in conjectures, each one as plausible as the other! Let's take a closer look.

Your portfolios have been designed to withstand these crises and will rebound. We are invested for the long term

Let's take a look at the following chart:

It illustrates the worst stock market crises of recent years and the opportunities represented by a balanced strategy.

  1. October 1987 crisis, Black Monday: after 5 years, 64% rebound

  2. Internet bubble of March 2000: after 5 years, rebound of 12%.

  3. Bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in 2008: after 5 years, rebound of 51%.

This graph illustrates two things: The resilience of markets: the stock market always rebounds

  • The investment opportunities created by crises The same kind of graph could be made with stock market indices. In the appendix, I have added a chart on stock market returns following epidemics.

  • Your retirement plan " Your retirement plan is more at risk because of inflation than because of the Coronavirus " said recently Fabien Major, a well known economic columnist. We are invested for the long term. Let's trust the managers who will take advantage of the opportunities presented by the markets in times of crisis.

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