from Zero Hedge
Kyle Bass, founder of Hayman Capital Management, took to CNBC yesterday for an interview about the investing landscape as a result of the coronavirus outbreak and the subsequent sharp sell off in markets. Bass talked about value investing, real estate, global banks and why he refuses to call the virus “Covid-19”.
Bass said he was really impressed by legislators working together and getting the spending bill through congress exceptionally quickly.
“When you think back to the financial crisis, it took months to get everyone on board with TARP. Here we’ve moved some spending bills through in light speed,” Bass said.
Regarding he virus’ impact, Bass took a long view: