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The coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has the potential to spread to 54 million people over the next 12 months.
And uncertainty over how fast it will spread has gripped the market these last two weeks.
Could the coronavirus be the black swan event that causes this 11-year bull run to halt in its tracts?
We hope not…
But it absolutely could.
Even though the U.S. Federal Reserve suddenly cut interest rates 50 basis points on Tuesday to combat the market dropping 12% last week, it wasn't enough to calm markets down.
The day of the emergency rate cut, the Dow Jones dropped 700 points.
On Wednesday, the Dow was up 1,100 points… only to give back most of the gains on Thursday, when it dropped another 1,000 points.
And halfway through the trading day Friday, it's already down another 600 points.
Whether the coronavirus is the event that takes out the market or not, you have to be prepared.
You need a plan.
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And we've done the research on how to protect your stocks.
Let's explore the two best ways to hedge coronavirus fears in case this volatility continues.