Investing Through a Crisis: A Handbook from Marcellus Investment Managers

When stock markets crash during an economic crisis, the move to the bottom is usually so fast, that investors seldom get a chance to react in a rational manner. With panic all around, many end up exiting their investments at or near the bottom. Further, with uncertainty on when the economy will recover, its hard to commit to fresh investments. In the process, investors lose an opportunity to gain from a stock market recovery, which usually precedes an improvement in the economy.

Over the last few months, many of our clients in Marcellus’ PMS products have reached out to us with questions on how to navigate the ongoing Covid19-led crisis. In response to the many questions raised, we decided to pick relevant reading material from our various newsletters, blogs, webinars etc., and put it together in a succinct guide that could help readers find their way around these uncertain times. The result is “Investing Through a Crisis – A Handbook from Marcellus Investment Managers”. We are pleased to share a copy of this handbook with you and hope you find value in it. Needless to say, we are always available to answer any of your queries or address any of your concerns in person too.

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