Trade the markets
before the outbreak is over!

No one could have predicted that in 2020, the market would be in this shape and if you thought that the stock market is only falling, then think again!

Coronavirus outbreak reaches its peak in China.

As the outbreak appears to be relenting in China, in other countries it is worsening.

All but 3 states in the US have reported cases so far but China reported single-digit cases for the first time. Italy is still in lockdown, all European countries have reported cases but there is good news for the first time in months.

In China, the peak is generally over and they intend to stick to their prevention and control measures.

What is happening to the stock market?

After last week’s stock market meltdown, analysts have put the Coronavirus outbreak next to some of the scariest events on Wall Street – The Great Depression, 9/11, the 2008 financial crisis and much more…
Here’s the current state of major indices around the world:

But wait, are all Stocks losing?

No!

For the brave investor, this is an opportunity!

People around the world are being faced with travel restrictions. Schools in Japan, Italy, Hong Kong, France and the US are closed. Businesses such as coffee shops, cinemas, theatres and other places where people gather have stopped operations for quite some time now. In sports, football, basketball, Formula 1 have been suspended.

But how is all this connected to the financial market?

We, at Markets.Online, prepared 3 distinct strategies that are working for different types of traders. Your Customer Service Manager will be in touch with you to help you choose the correct strategy for your portfolio.


 Stay-at-home assets

With the above measures in place, people are being encouraged to work from home, stay indoors to prevent infections from rising and although the stocks of major airlines and in the leisure industry has been hit, there are investment opportunities arising as people decide to go into “bunker-mode”.

Stocks of Netflix, Amazon, Google, Disney, Facebook, Game development companies have either risen or been the least affected by the Covid-19 virus.

Markets.Online has been busy in identifying which are the stocks that would hold up better in this time of economic uncertainty.

Today, this list of exclusive assets can be for you to trade on! Speak to your Customer Service Manager who will give you access to this personalised package of “stay-at-home” assets.


 Keep calm and keep trading

To buy or to sell? There is a saying in regards to stocks; “they always go down faster than they go up, but they always go up more than they do down”.

Between May ’08 and Feb ’09, the S&P 500 lost nearly half of its value. Naturally, investors decided that their long term savings were better off in a bank, rather than the stock market.

In the next 5 years that followed this slump, the S&P 500 climbed over 153%! Those who hung on to their investments are up more than 279%, even after the current outbreak sell-off.

Chinese stocks are already on a recovery track and if you are in for the long run, then we can help you to stop worrying about your portfolio – Time in the markets beats timing the market!

Speak to your Customer Service Manager on how you can hold on to your assets and stay in the market for a long-term period, thus when eventually there will be a rally, you can be among the few who held on.


 Short-term profits

The beauty of FX/CFD trading at Markets.Online is that you can speculate the movement of assets in both directions.

Markets in a bear territory at the moment. A bear market is when major stocks drop by 20% or more from their recent high point and stay low for a period of time.

Traders looking for short-term profits are moving towards selling assets that they own in order to benefit from them.

Stocks, Cryptos, Commodities or even Currencies; name it and traders will find assets that they can speculate to drop in order to make short term profits.

Last week, over $104.77 billion was made in profits by short-selling stocks.

As such, your Customer Service Manager will assist you to find such assets and as the window for short-selling might be a small one, contact us TODAY!