1. What make investors to Panic

Corona virus have killed more than 4000 people around the world in 3 months time

2. How many people are get killed in normal seasonal flu

About 650,000 per year and more than Corona

Why Corona gets more coverage than seasonal flu

Corona spreading from human to human and MEDIA has paid billions to do the job of scaring people

4.Why Corona
Why China, Iran & South Korea – You people know the answer
Why Italy – to make noise much louder one Europe country
Why no poor countries like Srilanka, African continent etc… - No need of noise from these countries

5.Who has initiated

Corona Knows better

6.What have been expected to achieve from Corona It is conspiracy theory

What is the biggest fall in CSE 62% falls in ASPI in 1989

8.What are other bearish period in CSE/world market
  • 1997 Asian financial crisis
  • 1998 Russian financial crisis
  • Argentine economic crisis (1999–2002)
  • Early 2000s recession - Dot-com bubble
  • Late-2000s Financial Crisis or the Late-2000s recession,
  • 2000s energy crisis
  • Subprime mortgage crisis
  • United States housing bubble and United States housing market correction
  • 2008–2012 Icelandic financial crisis
  • 2008–2010 Irish banking crisis
  • Russian financial crisis of 2008–2009
  • Automotive industry crisis of 2008–2010
  • European sovereign debt crisis
  • Greek government-debt crisis
  • Russian financial crisis 2014
  • 9.Should we sell our shares ?

No need if you have sound business with long term plan. If you can wait with a part of your money, wait for better bargains as large investors bail out if the scare continues. Jason Zweig wrote in a recent post on WSJ – “When markets crumple, the culprits usually aren’t the smallest investors, but the biggest. So far, most individual investors have remained steadfast as stocks have been pummeled by fears that the coronavirus could turn into a pandemic. If they continue to keep their cool, small investors might even get to buy bargains as the big money bails out. Professional investors tend to move the fastest when a market suddenly turns. That’s largely out of self-preservation, because the biggest risk they face is being so out-of-step with the market that their clients fire them.”