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Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted March 17, 2020

I’m taking it one day at a time. There is a lot to absorb when it comes to news about COVID-19. Italy has been hit pretty hard by the virus, and I think the panic and fear is definitely setting in.

On Friday, I went to two grocery stores — not to stock up on food that I’ll need for any type of social distancing but because I just needed to do my regular grocery shopping. As you can imagine, that was disrupted. There were a lot of items out of stock, long lines, exhausted employees, no toilet paper, no paper towels, and hardly any cleaning products.

Maybe it’s my fault; I didn’t think I'd need to stock up a month in advance on my daily necessities because there'd be a widespread virus. Last week, Maryland’s governor announced a state emergency, and, on Thursday, he announced that schools will be closed statewide for the next two weeks. I think that helped with the realization that this virus is very real, but it incited fear. 

I’m not making light of coronavirus. It has the opportunity to significantly affect the population if it isn’t controlled properly. That’s why I do believe it’s smart to close businesses and places where a lot of people gather in small areas. 

Even if you’re healthy and probably won’t get significantly ill from the disease that doesn’t mean someone else won’t. I think this type of isolation will help the population, but it will definitely hurt small businesses and the economy. And for that reason, a lot of people are panicking, especially Wall Street. There are many uncertainties right now. 

Here in Maryland, around lunch on Monday, I found out that the state of Maryland had ordered bars and restaurants to close by 5 p.m. Just a few hours after that, President Donald Trump released updated guidelines that Americans should avoid social gatherings of more than 10 people for the next 15 days to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Americans should also avoid going on shopping trips, making social visits, and visiting nursing homes and retirement facilities. Everything has escalated rather quickly, and things are going to get worse before they get better. That is just reality.

Surgeon General Jerome Adams said on Monday morning:

We have a choice to make: Do we want to really lean into social distancing and mitigation strategies and flatten the curve or do we just want to keep going on with business as usual and end up being Italy?

On Monday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported 3,536 cases of the coronavirus. That’s an increase of 1,858 cases from just three days ago when the CDC last reported. The number of deaths has risen by 27 to 68. Those numbers will most likely increase as the days go by.

By implementing guidelines as Trump did on Monday afternoon, the administration hopes to slow the rapid increase in new cases in the coming weeks.

On Sunday, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates to near zero as a way to stop the economy from crashing. However, on Monday, U.S. stock indices fell aggressively. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 2,997.20 points, and the S&P 500 index lost about 12%. Everything that's been going on in the market has caused some real panic. And that makes sense if you’re just looking at the details at face value. Everything seems very doom and gloom, like we’re never going to come up from this. But honestly, that's the wrong way to look at it.

Believe it or not, there’s always money to be made. It’s just a matter of finding those opportunities. And well, my colleague Alex Koyfman has come across one of those once-in-a-lifetime situations. The coronavirus is causing some serious panic, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t money to be made in the market... you just have to know where to look.  

Alex has been observing the current market and he’s discovered some very lucrative opportunities that’ll let investors take advantage of this type of market. He has over 20 years of experience as a microcap specialist. He knows what he’s talking about and has seen a lot in his career.

And right now, with everything that’s been going on, he’s identified one of the clearest money-making opportunities. He’s the best at finding cheap microcap penny stocks that double and triple your money in record time. Not many can say that about themselves.

That’s why when Alex started to talk about the type of investment opportunities that were emerging because of the coronavirus, of course I had to listen. I think it’s time that you listen, too. It’s also time for you to put aside any fears or feelings of panic. If there’s anything that I know, it's that humankind perseveres. If you have a clear head and focus on the future, then you’ll see that there are money-making opportunities out there for you despite the chaos. 

This is a limited-time opportunity to transform every $1,000 into $10,440 during this coronavirus pandemic. I would hate for you to miss out on something so lucrative.

Until next time,

Monica Savaglia Signature Park Avenue Digest

Monica Savaglia

Monica Savaglia is Wealth Daily’s IPO specialist. With passion and knowledge, she wants to open up the world of IPOs and their long-term potential to everyday investors. She does this through her newsletter IPO Authority, a one-stop resource for everything IPO. She also contributes regularly to the Wealth Daily e-letter. To learn more about Monica, click here.

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