Stocks rose 1.6% today as investors felt optimistic about governments around the world reopening their economies amid the coronavirus outbreak.
In addition to some U.S. states, Italy, Germany, and France said they're also looking to ease the quarantine policies that have been in place for the last two months.
If economies can reopen and consumers feel confident, stocks could continue to rally.
But if the COVID-19 curve starts to steepen as a result, that would likely send stocks lower.
And we could break through the recent lows made last month.
Here's what our experts – Chris Johnson, Tom Gentile, D.R. Barton, Jr., and Shah Gilani – think investors should be doing with their portfolios this week.