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Market Impacts from Coronavirus and Oil Price Wars
MBA, MST, CFP®, AIF®, Chief Investment Officer
Senior Vice President
Sr. Wealth Advisor
Earlier this year we identified the three E’s during our January quarterly markets update webinar: exogenous shocks, earnings, and the election. The exogenous shock on March 9, Saudi Arabia getting into a price war with the Russians, has taken center stage of the three Es with earnings soon to come. What does this mean for the market, our economy, and your portfolio?
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