The markets move from speculators to investors.
There is budding optimistic investor sentiment as numerous countries have taken steps to lessen lockdown restrictions and many of the most gravely impacted countries see the flattening of their infection curves and allow non-essential workers to go back to work
Now, we are seeing more and more investors focused beyond the medical crisis and the resultant poor data to the likely recovery heading towards Q’s 3 and 4 of this year.
The COVID-19 coronavirus crisis will have a bearing on investment decisions now and into the future, as it has altered how we do business in many respects.
That being the case, new industries will be realized, certain existing sectors will enjoy a robust rally, others will decline and fade.
The Big Q: When this crisis has come to an end, and cash is not being stashed, will individuals and businesses use cheap loans and their cash reserves to boost an economic recovery into inflation?
We wait, We see…
Have a healthy day, Keep the Faith!