Coronavirus Likely Short ‘Blip,’ Good Buying Opportunity
CNBC – Chief Investment Officer, Brendan Ahern, discusses the impact of the Coronavirus on the stock market. He believes this outbreak could have a minimal, short-lived effect on markets, similar to that of the SARS virus in 2003. According to Brendan, this dip in the market may present a good buying opportunity for long-term investors.
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