Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore et al. have been winning praise around the world.
Restaurants, bars and other establishments are open. Deaths are low. Their economies might recover soon.
Does this mean that these stock markets will perform better than the US and some European stock markets, given the high death toll in these places?
Should you switch your money, therefore, between different markets, depending on how they have responded to the virus?
That is the subject of the video below.
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Will the current crisis cause even high income sports stars to go broke?
That is what the billionaire Mark Cuban spoke to Steve Bannon about, a few weeks ago.