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History Lessons: Why do markets sell-off and then rebound

Why do markets sell-off and then rebound? In a nutshell, the answer is fear. The common perception is that collapsing earning expectations during recessions drive share prices. However, they explain only a small part of the price move.
Please join us while we explain the underlying drivers of share prices. We hope that this discussion will be of assistance to investors looking for some guidance on how to navigate through these turbulent times.
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