Recording Date: Sunday, March 1, 2020
The U.S. stock market just suffered its largest weekly selloff since the 2008 financial crisis. Amid a global health scare, growing political uncertainty, and a rampant debt crisis, the S&P 500 index just confirmed a new major downtrend last week and more market volatility could lie ahead next week. Will global central banks coordinate a response before Monday morning's open? And if so, will it be enough to stave off more selling pressure in the weeks ahead?
Additionally, why did gold and Bitcoin prices fail to rise and instead fall along with U.S. and global stock prices last week?
Join economist, author, and trend trading coach Jerry Robinson for a fascinating look at last week's fast and furious selloff through charts of the S&P 500, Nasdaq 100, global markets, gold, silver, Bitcoin, and more.
Questions are welcome during the live event as we will host a special Q&A session near the end of the call.