by Marin Katusa
The S&P 500 has been chugging along for a decade, up nearly 420% since the 2009 financial crisis lows.
You can argue the reasons why – buying fueled by debt, share buybacks and low interest rates among them. Either way, it’s hard to argue against buying the index being the best risk adjusted trade for the last decade.
Savvy (alligator) investors love a good crisis. It creates panic, which creates buying opportunities. The Coronavirus is providing us with just that.
Below is a chart which shows the returns of major asset classes since the Coronavirus outbreak.