The credit dislocations experienced across investment grade bonds, high yield bonds, and preferreds have also dramatically impacted the mortgage market.
Given that many older Americans are at high risk for serious illness from the coronavirus, certain rules have been relaxed as a result to help Medicare beneficiaries manage throughout the crisis.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, (CARES Act) of 2020 is a historic emergency relief program. We have highlighted of the provisions that apply to individuals.
This recession, unlike others, has been called a “recession by decree” because controlling the virus demanded the shutdown. Investing in this recession will be different.
Given that periods of uncertainty like today can create inertia, here are some opportunities that exist today.
Over the past couple of weeks as others rushed to raise cash, we have been able to provide liquidity to take advantage of extremely attractive opportunities.
Policymakers need to move on two fronts: steps to contain spread of the virus and to provide a vast amount of cash to maintain employment while avoiding job losses and business bankruptcies.
The market’s been pummeled by two shocks, the coronavirus and the collapse in oil prices. Much depends on how policymakers respond.
Home isolation, 24-hour news cycles and the fear of health issues can have sensible investors making bad decisions. What to expect and how you can keep in control.