The coronavirus has caught many on the wrong foot - the economy, the financial markets and society at large. In just a few weeks the virus has brought the world to a standstill.
While virologists, doctors and medical staff are currently working hard to combat the virus, central banks have also been also taking action. The price slumps that have continued since the end of February have prompted the central bankers to take increasingly drastic measures to prevent an all-out implosion of financial markets.
In view of the financial events of recent weeks, observers are speculating about a new financial crisis that is in no way inferior to the Great Recession of 2008 but is likely to exceed it in severity.
But what exactly has happened in recent weeks? Why did the Fed have to intervene so heavily in the repo markets? Why is there already talk of the need to provide liquidity to every corner of our planet? What about the solvency of banks? What does the recent turmoil mean for investors? How can they protect themselves? Is our monetary system, and with it our financial system, about to come to an end? If so, what will happen then?
These and other questions will be addressed by Schlossberg&Co in a one-hour webinar on 26 March. We will try to give a sober analysis and present how Schlossberg&Co has so far successfully mastered the crisis with a return of about +3%. We will also venture a look into the future, show the most probable scenario for the next few months and discuss possible solutions to continue protecting our own assets.
Time: Thursday 26.03.2020 at 13:30 - 14:30 CET
We are looking forward to welcoming you in our webinar.