Friday, March 13, 2020

Friday The 13th (Stock Market version)

Today is the well “respected” Friday The 13th, at the back of the 9.99% (2,352 points) drop yesterday at Dow Jones, worst sell off since 1987’s Black Monday, it is only logical to expect the similar bloodbath when the Asian markets opened today.

Some of my friends are already gradually dishing out their warchest over the past few days for this long awaited “opportunity”. The road to recovery will probably take years (just on the Covid-19 situation, our PM has predicted yesterday that it will continue for a year or longer) but as long as we are invested within our means and have holding power. Stay calm, stay invested!

Meanwhile, let’s continue to do our part to be socially responsible to fight against the Covid-19!

Cheers!

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